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This page is part of the Ranch Store. There is also an Online Store. Check them both out to see which one works best for you. Both stores ship meats coast to coast but the pricing and cost structures are different.
When it comes to improving the nutritional characteristics of your food, GRAIN-FED Buffalo Meat is the same as GRAIN-FED Beef from Wal Mart. If your goal is to improve your health, only GRASS-FED meats offer the perfect balance of nutrients your body requires for optimal function. Check out the Atomic Bomb of the American Food System.
If you are thinking Bison/Buffalo is better because it is lean, think again. That's a grain-fed belief, which means you do not yet understand why grass-fed is better. When it comes to grass-fed we eat the fat in order to improve our nutrition. Our nutritional resources are second to none. Look them over.
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The American bison is the largest land mammal in North America since the end of the Ice Age. It is a member of the buffalo family. Estimates of the pre-European herd size vary from 30,000,000 to 70,000,000 animals and they ranged over most of North America.
There are three subspecies of bison: the Plains bison, Wood bison, and the European Wisent.
Today, bison number over 350,000 and can be found from Alaska to Florida and from New York to California. Most of these animals are privately owned, but public herds can be found in many states. Many Native American tribes are also bringing back the bison.
Just as the original Americans had many uses for bison, current Americans also use many parts of the animal. The meat is used for food, the hide for leather, the wool is knitted into garments, and the skulls are used for decoration.
Where are the bison today?
Privately owned bison - U.S. - 244,000
Privately owned bison - Canada - 100,000
Public herds - U.S. - 10,000
Public herds - Canada - 3,000
Native American herds - 7,000
Bison in zoos - 750
Bison outside U.S. & Canada - 300
One frequently sees reports claiming that buffalo meat is a healthier meat than others. But in most cases it is not. The nutritional characteristics of buffalo meat, like the meats from all other livestock species, is directly related to what the buffalo eat. Grain-fed buffalo have the same horrible fatty acid imbalances and vitamin deficiencies as grain-fed cattle, grain-fed chicken, and so on. Consequently if one is focused on eating right for their long-term health, then they should only eat "grass-fed" buffalo when they dine on buffalo meats.
Most of the buffalo meat sold in America comes from GRAIN-FED bison. In fact, we had to look high and low for a buffalo producer who raises them with the same strict no-grain, no-foreign-foods-of-any-kind approach we demand. We've located a couple of them, but the supply is less than we'd like. But keep in mind that when it comes to nutritional characteristics, grass-fed Bison/Buffalo has no advantages over grass-fed pork, grass-fed lamb, grass-fed goat, or grass-fed beef. So if you are interested in eating right, take a look at all of our grass-fed meats. Uniquely some of our buffalo meat comes from Water Buffalo! There are no distinguishable differences in either the nutrients or the flavor when it comes to grass-fed Bison and grass-fed Buffalo.
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Our 100% grass-fed bison/buffalo cuts are paper wrapped. All cuts are frozen and freezer ready.
Tenderloin: Two to Four one-inch thick filets packaged in approximately one-pound packages.
Porterhouse Steak: Cut one-inch thick. No tail. Wrapped one to a package. Package weights range from 0.7 to 0.8 pounds.
Boneless Ribeye Steaks: The feather bone, rib bone, and the cap have been removed leaving only the ribeye. Steaks are one-inch thick and wrapped two to a package. Package weights range from 0.7 to 0.8 pounds.
Sirloin Steaks: Cut one-inch thick. One to a package. Package weights vary from 1.0 to 1.1 pounds.
New York Strip Steaks: Cut one-inch thick. Two to a package. Package weights vary from 0.7 to 0.8 pounds.
T-Bone Steaks: Cut one-inch thick. No tails. Wrapped two to a package, usually with a larger T-Bone paired up with a smaller T-Bone. Package weights range from 1.0 to 1.1 pounds.
Flank Steak: One to a package weighing 0.9 - to 1.1 pounds.
Cube Steaks: Cut from the round in five- to six-ounce steaks. Mechanically tenderized and packaged four to a package. Package weights range from 1.1 to 1.25 pounds.
Tenderized Round Steak: Cut ½-inch thick and mechanically tenderized. Wrapped one steak to a package. Package weights range from 0.6 to 1.0 pounds.
Top Round Roast (Boneless) weigh 1.75 to 2.25 pounds.
Eye of Round Roast (Boneless) weighs 2.5 to 2.7 pounds.
Rump Roast (Boneless) weighs 1.8 to 2.0 pounds.
Pike's Peak Roast (Boneless) weighs 2.5 to 2.7 pounds.
Sirloin Tip Roast (Boneless) weighs 1.75 to 2.25 pounds.
Chuck Roast (Bone-in) pot roast weighs 3 to 3.5 pounds.
Arm Roast (Bone-in) pot roast weighs 2.5 to 3.0 pounds.
Specialty Cut Descriptions
Sirloin Stir Fry Strips: Strips of Sirloin packaged in approximately 1-pound packages.
Tenderloin Stir Fry Strips: Strips of Tenderloin packaged in approximately 1-pound packages.
Barbecue Cut Descriptions
Boneless Short Ribs: Cut from the "cap" on the Primal Rib. Wrapped in approximately 2-pound packages.
Baby Back Ribs: Meaty slabs of ribs that weigh 2.4 to 2.8 pounds.
Brisket: Flat cut and trimmed. Weights vary between 2.0 and 2.5 pounds.
Ground Meat Descriptions
Ground Buffalo: We target our Ground Bison to be 90% lean and 10% fat. It is made from meat trimmings. (Remember, the fat in grass-fed meats is good for you.)
Ground Buffalo Patties (1 Lbs Pkgs): Four round patties per pack.
Ground Buffalo Patties (2.5 Lbs Pkgs): Ten round patties per pack.
Buffalo Breakfast Sausage: Grass-Fed Buffalo, Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Red Pepper, Sage, Ginger
Special Items and Organ Meat Descriptions
Heart: Wrapped whole and weighs about 1.25 pounds.
Liver: Sliced and wrapped in approximately 1-pound packages
Tongue: Wrapped whole and weighs about 1.5 pounds.
Rocky Mountain Oysters: Wrapped two to a package and weighs about 0.75 pounds.
Buffalo Suet: Wrapped in four-pound packages. Excellent fat source for venison sausage, pemmican, and as cooking fat. Also makes a great winter feed for birds.
Buffalo Value Pack: This robust meat eater's special contains 11 different products that weigh about 30 pounds. Naturally you can also add additional products if you like. For instance, Pork Breakfast Sausage made with real grass-fed Pork, Lamb, Ground Beef, wild ocean-caught Alaskan Salmon, Chicken, or double up your savings by adding the very popular Family Sampler Pack on the beef page. We do not offer "swapping privileges" on the Buffalo Value Pack. If our Buffalo Value Pack does not dovetail with what you require, make up your own customized list of products. That's the advantage with shopping with us. You have an unlimited number of product combinations at your disposal.
The product mix of the Buffalo Value Pack changes from time to time and when it does we change this Internet listing. Because of temporary supply limitations that can occur from time to time, SGFM retains the right to substitute an item of equal value if for some reason an item is out of stock. You will be notified if this occurs and you will be provided with options. For shipping information go to SHIPPING INFORMATION. Keep in mind the least expensive cost-per-pound shipping rate is for 62- to 64-pound boxes. The Buffalo Value Pack costs $243.78 and contains the following products:
Four Porterhouse and/or T-Bone Steaks (about 3.6 pounds)
Six Sirloin and/or NY Strip Steaks (about 7.2 pounds)
One Top Round or Sirloin Tip Boneless Roast (about 2 pounds)
One Chuck Roast (about 3 pounds)
Two Packs of 2# Ground Buffalo (about 4 pounds)
Five Packs of 1# Ground Buffalo (about 5 pounds)
One Pack of Buffalo Breakfast Sausage (about 1 pound)
One Pack of Stew Meat (about 2 pounds)
Two packs Kerrygold Grass-Fed Butter (1.0 pounds)
One 12.7 oz or two 5 oz bottles of Macadamia Nut Cooking Oil
Pick your favorite Mac Oil. Mac Oil Link.
One shaker of The Stuff! a Zydeco All Purpose Seasoning
This is a genuine Grass-Fed Bison Bull.
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