Meet 2024 Newest Generation!

Spring is such an exciting time on the prairie, especially when the new greening grass becomes dotted with the newest generation of baby buffalo, also known as red dogs or cinnamons.  

Organ Meats: A Bounty of Nutrition

If you are looking to get the ultimate amount of nutrition in your diet, look no further than organ meats. Organ meats are valued for their broad range of nutrient content and density.

A Wild Idea Testimonial

We often receive notes from customers, thanking us for what we do. They mean so very much, and they truly aid in us getting up everyday and fighting the good fight.

Ranch Tours & Lodging

Some people say we live in the middle of nowhere... we say, like nowhere on earth. Our ranch tours and lodging are now available for booking!

Calving Season Fulfillment Pause - April 22nd - May 4th

It is a super exciting time of year here on the prairie - our buffalo have come back across the Cheyenne River and the snow has provided the ranch with good moisture just in time for calving season!

Spring 2024 Poetry Contest Winners

We absolutely loved reading through your entries for our spring poetry contest. You delighted us with your creativity, humor and beautiful words. The winner of this year's contest is Brian Bindon with his entry, "Deep Spring". Enjoy reading all of the winners' poems and a huge thank you to all who participated! 

Wild Idea Buffalo Co. Achieves the Prestigious Regenerative Organic Certified® Status

We are thrilled to announce that Wild Idea Buffalo has been awarded the Regenerative Organic Certified® (ROC) status....

Important Conversations From the Agricultural Outlook Forum

Colton recently attended the USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum in Arlington, Virginia. The 2024 Forum included speakers and topics spanning the agricultural industry, from climate-smart agriculture to Indigenous food practices to innovative farming practices and more. Read about his experience and his conversation with esteemed leaders in the indigenous food space.

Ground-Nesting Birds

We talk about the early naivete that led me to believe that the task of regeneration could be completed in the lifetime of one man, how I believed, and still believe, that progress toward that goal can be measured in the number of birds that choose our ranch for their home.
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