Large Landscape Grazing

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Wild Idea Buffalo Co. and the sourcing partners that we work with, all practice Large Landscape Grazing, collectively impacting over 300,000 acres of prairie grasslands. This allows the bison to be and behave like real bison, roaming over miles of prairie grasslands.

This ancient method of movement regenerates the prairie and naturally promotes a rich, healthy soil. This intact grassland provides a home for hundreds of wildlife species, from the microbes, to the dung beetles, to the coyotes, and other grazers, who also aid in the ecosystems' balance. And, like the soil itself, the by-product, buffalo meat, is nutrient-rich too, supporting your health and the planet's health.

Visitors to the ranch often state that they couldn't quite conceptualize the vastness and scale of this landscape, until seeing it firsthand. We hope you take a few minutes to see what Large Landscape Grazing looks like, it's where our buffalo roam and where your buffalo meat comes from. Have a look.

Video Credit: Jill O'Brien

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  • Posted on by Kim Zarney

    Some wonderful views Jill. I really enjoyed watching the animals on the move and spread out over a vast stretch of the rolling prairie. It’s like seeing a George Catlin painting come to life!

  • Posted on by Joe Martino

    Such a great view… great to share with my grandkids and friends.

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