Humane Harvests—Part 2
No tears were shed by any little boys on that day. Bonds were built. Friendship prevailed. Gratitude was given by all. Death was beautiful.
Those Sneaky GMOs
At Wild Idea, we believe that having honest conversations around our food supply is important. There are many facets ...
Health & Wellness Trends 2023
At the turn of each new year, I reevaluate my personal health and make a resolution to try a little harder, do a little better. And turning 60 this year has me taking an even closer look. Being healthy has always been a roller coaster for me...
Why Grass-Fed, Grass-Finished?
Ruminant stomachs are not designed by nature to digest high volumes of starch and grains. As grazers, buffalo and beef cattle are unable to safely consume and metabolize grains and corn feed.
Meat With a Side of Cortisol
Our Food Supply More than 90% of cattle and buffalo in the U.S. are sent to feedlots and slaughterhouses. The process...
Native American Culture & Community
This past weekend our community was treated to a dose of Native American culture, with a parade and powwow. It was spectacular!
Humane Harvests—Part One
We all have memories of the past that we use as a gauge for determining good times and bad times. Naturally, we miss ...
The materials that make up the products we buy have a big impact on the planet.
Join Us for a Conversation with Dr. Fred Provenza
Please join us for a virtual conversation with Dr. Fred Provenza, author of Nourishment, What Animals Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Natural Wisdom, hosted by our own Jilian & Colton Jones, on National Bison Day, Saturday, November 5th at 10:00 a.m. MT.