The Herd

Our herd numbers around 60. They are completely grass fed and managed as a family herd, breeding and calving on their own. Hay is brought in to the pastures for about 8 months of the year. No antibiotics are used. We’re happy to answer any questions about how we do things and why.

Meet Hump, one of the herd bulls.
The animals begin to lose their winter coats in early spring. This is one of the herd bulls.
One of the first calves in early April.
2020 calving season began in early April. The animals breed and calve on their own. We bring in new bulls every few years to ensure genetic diversity.
Calves are walking within minutes of birth. The hide darkens over the summer.
Here’s what happens if you try and keep bison where they don’t want to be for too long.

<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: