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August 10, 2018

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"Time-Out" In The Buffalo Herd

A couple of weeks ago we reminded you of the ingredients of our buffalo meat: Fresh Water, Native Grass, & Pure Sunshine. We thought you might enjoy seeing our buffalo in their natural world. Our herd roams over the prairie much like they did over a thousand years ago, regenerating the earth as they graze naturally.



This video was taken recently on a day we moved the buffalo from one pasture to another. They love to move and we give them the room and the respect to do just that. So transport yourself to the prairie for just a minute. You’ll feel better - we always do.  


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Steven Glenn

August 11, 2018

I love these videos and the stories that go with them. One day I plan on knocking on your door for a tour and first hand look. Keep up the great work!

Linda C Nelson

August 11, 2018

My heart soars. This is the way it’s supposed to be. Thanks for what you do.

Renee Longden

August 11, 2018

I just love your company and what you stand! You have such a respect for those animals and it shows in everything you do!

Carlos Ocasio

August 11, 2018

Amazing!

Kathy Treanor

August 11, 2018

Happy bison! And, oh, those adorable babies!! Please tell us about herd dynamics. How long do babies stay with moms, bulls stay with herd, where/when do females give birth, etc. That video sure brings a smile. Thank you.

June Stuhr

August 11, 2018

Thank you SO much!

Robert Hiatt

August 11, 2018

Many years ago, while driving through Custer State Park with my family and friends from New York, I was stopped by the park herd of buffalo, which decided to cross the road at the same time we were passing by. For about fifteen enchanting minutes, the herd surged around us, with many animals coming within inches of the car. That incident remains an enduring, vivid and pleasant memory. Your wonderful video of these magnificent creatures on the move triggered the memory of our encounter. Thank you.

Karen Brick

August 11, 2018

This is wonderful. I plan to try your products soon. Need to find room in the freezer! Seriously though, I wish more ranchers would downsize their herds and follow your examples. It makes the most sense! CAFO,s are killing our eco systems and the balance that ALL wild animals should be able to live on – including wild horses, wolves, coyote, bears, birds, prairie animals,etc.

jean-charles neel

August 11, 2018

Fantastic to watch them ! Great video, great job. Thank’s Dan.

Mike Hill

August 11, 2018

Yep. Their joy is contagious.

Dale

August 11, 2018

What an amazing and beautiful sight!! Appreciate your dedication and hard work.

Astrid

August 11, 2018

olala, it reminds me of the day I came to see you ; it was the best time of my whole trip in the States !!! amazing to see and hear these beautiful buffalos !

Ohio Jan

August 11, 2018

loved the video. and I sure would have enjoyed it without the music so I could hear the wind, the tramping of the buffalo and any birds who felt comfortable singing or calling while the buffalo were moving! Spectacular to see free running buffalo!

Sharon Speck

August 11, 2018

Thank you for sharing this video and all of your pictures and stories This video has helped erase the vision of the buffalo being killed by the hundreds in the long ago past. Your buffalo look happier than the Yellowstone buffalo. My 2 year old grandson loves to watch the “buff” running.
Have a wonderful day on the prairie.
Shaon

timothy wolf

August 11, 2018

Thank you, thank you, Pilamya

Georgene

August 11, 2018

That was beautiful. Thank you!

Frank Peterson

August 11, 2018

Long may you run.

Cheves Leland

August 11, 2018

Thank you. Gives me an inkling of what the plains should look like with huge herds roaming free. One day I plan to visit and see them for myself. Now, if only you could include the sounds and smells that go with the images. Take care and thank you again and again.

RosanneStratigakes

August 11, 2018

Love this video! Forwarding to my farm-loving brother.

tom Kovalicky

August 11, 2018

Works for me BIG TIME cheers

Chris and Kim

August 11, 2018

Beautiful video WIB family! I thoroughly enjoyed my last visit to the herd and look forward to the next.

Mary Flaherty

August 12, 2018

Enjoyed this Video very much and like
all the articles you have on this site.
Thank you..

Lan Evenson

August 13, 2018

Beautiful vision of seeing Buffalo running free in wide open Prarie. I appreciated the video clip and all of your writings now and in the past. I look forward to the day I can see this.

Pascal

August 13, 2018

It’s a real pleasure to see how these beautyfull animals look so happy in there countryside that make my heart in joy too.
Thank you very much for your movy and all your job.

carolyn v siscoe

August 13, 2018

Those huge animals are so amazing to watch run, they are so nimble. They seem so happy also.

Linda Whittington

August 13, 2018

Watching the buffalo roam so freely makes me want to roam with them!

ruth perry

August 13, 2018

Thank you for your beautiful video! The herd looks so healthy and well!💖

Robert JACQUEMOUD

August 13, 2018

Beau rappel du magnifique souvenir de notre visite au ranch au mois de juin 2017. (UIAD Grenoble)

Brenda Schussman

August 13, 2018

We love the video! Thanks for sending!

Nancy C

August 13, 2018

I’m blessed to be living and working on the prairie! Love reading your company’s updates and the visuals you post. Keep up the great work!

Craig Lawson

August 14, 2018

Makes me happy. Thank you.

Laura Culley

August 15, 2018

You wrote, “…we give them the room and the respect to do just that.” That’s just one of the little details that earns my utter respect for your company. I order when I can and refer my friends to you at every available opportunity. I’m CERTAIN that the way you treat your land and your bison is why it tastes so darn GOOD. Instilling fear and anger also instills toxic chemicals into the creature’s bloodstream and body (and thus its meat) that just tastes bad. If only humans knew (or cared) what really happens in their normal food chain, I think they’d be shocked. But perhaps they’d have to care first? Sadly, I think most people are oblivious. Wish I could afford to buy more from you. And NO, that’s NOT a complaint. Taking care with the bison and their environment can’t come cheap and I don’t expect that. I just wish I had a bigger budget. Thank you for the care and respect that is the foundational bedrock of your operation. It makes a HUGE difference to me.Obviously (to me), the lessons you learned (or were cemented) through your years in falconry and your relationship with your birds (who are no more yours [or mine] than the air you [we] breathe) shines through your business practices like a blessed beacon. Their presence in our lives are an enormous privilege that seeps into the core of our lives. Again, thank you!

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