August 14, 2017
July 28, 2017
When the Great Plains were young there were no humans to manage them. No humans to plow the soil, string barbed wire along the river banks, choose the crops to plant on the flats, or decide on the number of animals to graze the grass. It was like one enormous ranch, managed on the single principal of natural selection. In those days the Great Plains changed so slowly that, for all practical purposes, they were in stasis - perpetually beautiful and wild.
July 21, 2017
To offer our customers convenience in their selective grocery shopping (what we call, modern day hunting and gathering), we have been looking into other products to offer you.
Researching food products that truly maintain the same high standards in production and that share in our overall mission is a process. But, we are very particular and we know that you are too. This month we are very happy to add Patagonia Provisions Savory Grains to our menu.
July 19, 2017
Wild Idea Buffalo Co. was this years recipient of their communities Sustainability award! Dan and Jill accepted the award on behalf of their family (son Lucas, daughter Jilian, son-in-law Colton), their working crew at Wild Idea and the ranchers they work with that maintain equal standards and the consumer for having high standards & caring about how food is raised.
July 14, 2017
Some people say we live in the middle of nowhere. We say, like nowhere on earth.
From mid May to September, we give tours to interested customers who want to see for themselves where their food comes from and to groups interested in the science of environmental sustainability.View article
June 27, 2017
Open Road — Week Three by Team RAZA
After spending our first two weeks in the urban centers of Detroit and Chicago, we knew week three in Rapid City, South Dakota would definitely be a different experience. But the reality of just how different didn’t begin to sink in until we passed through Badlands National Park.
June 14, 2017
At 5:01 p.m. on June 8th 2017, another prairie boy was added to the mix on the Cheyenne River Bison Ranch. Barrett Elton Jones came into this world a hearty child weighing 9 lbs. 15 oz. and measuring 20.5”. His mother was flawless throughout her second time of the delivery process. Jilian proved to be poised and in control, which is a little different then the ambiance of the ranch in the days preceding Barrett’s arrival.
May 25, 2017
May 16, 2017
May 12, 2017