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Where To Buy Bison Meat ((FREE))



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I have been looking into sources where I can buy bison meat. It's not as readily available as beef, so I have had to search out some sources. It was quite a search that is still ongoing today since I orginally wrote this post back in 2012.


Some people will market bison as buffalo. It really isn't the same animal. Buffalo refers to the water buffalo that look more like a cow with huge horns than a bison. For the sake of this post, I am only using the word "bison".


Kroger Various locations across the stateKroger now carries bison in several cuts under their private label Simple Truth brand. A lot of their Simple Truth stuff is organic, but not the bison meat, so don't be mislead.


Meijer Locations throughout the stateI have found that most Meijer stores I have checked out have ground bison going for around $9.99/lb. It comes in an already sealed 1 pound package.


Whole Foods Market Locations in Ann Arbor (2), Troy, Rochester Hills, West Bloomfield, East Lansing, DetroitWhole Foods carries some bison meat. They pretty much always have ground bison. Sometimes they have bison chuck roast and New York strip. There are 7 locations in the state of Michigan.


Veldheer Tulip Gardens Located in Holland, MINot quite a grocery store, but this place that specializes in tulips, also sells bison meat. All of their meat is grass fed, hormone free, antibiotic free. Check their website out for more info or call 616-399-1900


Arbor Farms 2103 West Stadium Boulevard Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3896Arbor Farms has a couple options for ground bison meat, located in their freezer section. If you want to buy already made bison patties for burgers they have that there.


Fresh Thyme Farmer's Market Various locationsI found two different types of ground bison at Fresh Thyme - TenderBison at $8.99 for 1 lb package and Blackwing Meats Organic Patties for $11.99/lb.


Trader Joe's Locations in Ann Arbor, Farmington Hills, Northville, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Gross PointeThe only bison I have seen at Trader Joe's in their bison jerky. It is pretty good though.


Schultz Fruitridge Farms 60139 County Road 652 Mattawan, MI 49071They have bison meat available year around. You need to call in advance for meat cuts, prices, and sales. Their phone number is 269-668-3724.


Cushman Bison Farms 2427 W. 32 Road, Boon, MI 49601Cushman Bison Farms located just north of Cadalliac in Boon, has bison jerky, steaks, roasts, and burgers. You can purchase their meat through their website.


Thank you so much for this info. I have a very strict diet and must eat buffalo daily. I am moving to Ann Arbor and was afraid I would have no place to find it. Turns out there are more places to find it than where I currently live!


Dick's Meat Market in Adrian carries frozen bison (ground and steaks). Jerry's Market in Tecumseh also carries frozen ground bison in patties. We've not yet bought bison from Dick's, but we bought the patties from Jerry's and mixed them up with our own preferred seasonings. Those came four to a pack, but it was a pound and three quarters of meat, so we ended up making 6 smaller patties instead. They were DELICIOUS.


In Richmond MI, 48062, you can buy grass fed ground buffalo in Kroger on Grating Ave for $9.99. You can also get ground buffalo at Weeks Meat Market on Division for $8.99 and at Richmond Meat Packers on Main St for $6.99 (discount off that if buying large quantity). I haven't looked into purchasing any other cuts but i'm sure both meat markets could get them.


Unfortunately, TMZ Farms no longer sells bison out of the TrueValue Hardware Store. Hiller's has also closed, having sold all their locations to Kroger. I'm hoping the other locations here are still selling bison. My whole family likes it better than beef, and it is so much better for you.


Just look at the packaging. I just bought bison from a Kroger near me in Commerce Township and the package said Vegetarian fed-so I called the number on the back of the package to see what else the bison is fed. It is fed grass because it is pasture raised but it also fed a mix of pellet food. This can mean trouble for someone who is allergic to soy or wheat. The Kroger customer service could not give me detailed information on what exactly was in the pellet food.I decided to call because when I cooked up this package (ground) it had a smell of beef which to me when I cook up beef it has a smell of garbage which it is probably fed!So just be aware. I think the package has to say grass fed not vegetarian fed.


Yes, Hiller's used to carry a brand but for the last five years I was getting all of my red meat-bison from a farmer in East Jordan Michigan. Unfortunately the government regulations were too costly for him to stay in business so he cannot afford to raise bison any longer.


Papa Joe's market off Tienken in Rochester sells ground bison. I've eaten it, just as good as the buffalo meat I got at whole foods. Same price about $13/lb. However, at Papa Joe's it was sold ground already wrapped in the tray with plastic even though it was in the counter with all the fresh meets. It was not frozen but still made me hesitate bcz it was stored in plastic wrap. Whereas, at Whole Foods you purchase it wrapped in paper like usual and it's NOT already separated in one-pound trays. Hmm.


KY Bison Co. does sell high quality breeding stock. Our herd, which includes approximately 500 American bison, has grown from base stock purchased from national shows and well-known bison farms. Contact us to discuss purchasing a prime bison to help build and strengthen your herd.


With so many ground bison meat recipes from tacos to burgers, the grass-fed ground bison is a great alternative to beef or turkey. It is nutritionally better than other meats with fewer calories and carbohydrates per serving!


Minnesota grown bison meat is the source of flavorful red meats that are 97% fat free and contain 40% more protein than beef. Buffalo Hills Bison Meat uses all natural methods to raise our buffalo. Our herd roams free on our ranch in Southeastern Minnesota and graze on its native grasses. Our Bison are pastured 100% of the time and are free of hormones.


Bison meat is a nutrient dense food because of the proportion of protein, fat, mineral, and fatty acids to its caloric value. Comparisons to other meat sources have shown that bison meat has a greater concentration of iron, zinc and essential fatty acids.


Bison meat is a rich source of complete protein containing all the essential amino acids in appropriate amounts. Each serving contains about 22 grams of protein which is then used in the body to build and repair tissues, produce enzymes and some hormones, and maintain cell membranes and components of the immune system.


Bison meat contains the "essential fatty acids", linoleic (omega - 3) and linoleic (omega - 6) fatty acids. These substances are necessary for us to eat but can not be made in our bodies and are thus, commonly lacking. Their function is to assist the formation of cell membranes, aiding in the production of hormone-like compounds, and participating in immune and visual processes. Omega 3 fatty acids have been shown to help fend off Alzheimer's disease and reduce the likelihood of heart attacks.


One of our most enduring American images is that of the great American buffalo, or species Bison bison. These huge, shaggy animals once roamed from Canada to Mexico, grazing the Great Plains and mountain areas of our country. Bison were the center of life for the Plains tribes of Native Americans who found in them nearly all the food, clothing, and shelter they needed. Hunted for their furs in the 1600's and later for their tongues, bones, and meat, it was estimated by 1893 that there were only slightly more than 300 bison left, from numbers estimated at one time to be over 60 million. The following information is about this species which is making a comeback and growing rapidly in numbers.


The National Bison Association encourages the name bison to differentiate the American buffalo from the Asian Water buffalo and African Cape buffalo. The American buffalo is not a true buffalo. Its scientific name is bison and it belongs to the bovine family along with domestic cattle. The bison bull is the largest animal indigenous to North America. A bull can stand taller than 6 feet at the hump and weigh more than a ton. They are strong and aggressive, and can jump as well as deer, outmaneuver horses, and break through fences that would imprison other livestock.


" Beefalo" are 3/8 bison and 5/8 domestic cattle. (The natural result of a bison-domestic bovine cross breeding is a sterile offspring. It has taken years of research to develop this breed.) The advantages of this cross are fertility and easy calving. Beefalo gain weight well on inexpensive, high-roughage feed and are very hardy.


According to the most recent Census of Agriculture (in 2007), there were approximately 200,000 bison in the U.S., more than 25% of them in North and South Dakota. Unlike the older, tougher animals the Native Americans ate, today's bison are custom-fed and slaughtered at about 18 months, so the meat is as tender as beef. Some 20,000 buffalo are slaughtered each year (compared to approximately 125,000 cattle per day). 041b061a72


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