1924

  << Previous Next >> The Anaconda Standard Anaconda, Montana Jan. 1, 1924 FENCE IS BLOWN DOWN BUT BUFFALO STAND PAT Tom Gundry, keeper and watchman of the buffalo herd at Columbia gardens, narrowly escaped a strenuous hunt during yesterday’s cold. The fence surrounding the buffalo inclosure was torn to the ground by the high wind at the gardens yesterday and the four animals faced the whole world for the first time in years without a barrier: But they did not leave their domicile and the three meals furnished them in a warm barn to be alone in the world, and … Read more

1922

<< Previous  Next>> / The Pittsburg Sun Pittsburg,  Kansas Jan 17, 1922 Entertain Boy Scouts (extract) The merit badges Boy Scouts of Pittsburg were guests of Oscar Ward at his home on West  Washington avenue. Saturday night. Mr. Ward will leave tomorrow on a hunting trip and will hunt bison on Buffalo Island in Salt Lake. He told the boys the history of his hunting trips, showing his guns and skins. / Concordia Blade-Empire Concordia, Kansas Jan 25, 1922 FIND BONES OF BISON Part of Skeleton Is Dug Up by Bridge Builders SALINA, Jan. 25. – Part of the bones … Read more

Bison Meat

USDA Bison Market Reports Bison Meat Recipes The Campsite and Processing Area Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump The flat area immediately below the kill site was where the hunters camped while they finished butchering the buffalo. A few tipi rings, the stones used to anchor tipis against the wind, can still be seen on the prairie level. It was here that meat was sliced into thin strips and hung on racks to dry in the sun. Large leg bones were smashed to remove the nutritious marrow, and the numerous boiling pits excavated by archaeologists in this area indicate these broken … Read more

For the love of Texas Bison & Wine- April 2016

For the love of Texas Bison and Texas Wine by Dan Humphries  Bull Dancer Bison Ranch As a bison rancher that sells grass fed bison meat and also products in the wine industry I want to share the excitement in the Texas Wine industry about the paring of Texas Bison Meat and Texas Wines.  I have worked with many Texas Wineries in supplying bison meat with wine parings for special events.  I now am excited to share with Bison Ranchers and Bison Meat Lovers some of the Texas Wines recommended with your favorite Bison Meat recipes. The Grilled Grape-Leaf Wrapped … Read more

For the love of Texas Bison & Wine – December 2015

For the love of Texas Bison and Texas Wine by Dan Humphries ~ Bull Dancer Bison Ranch – Dec 2015 As a bison rancher that sells grass fed bison meat and also products in the wine industry I just want to share the excitement in the Texas Wine industry about the paring of Texas Bison Meat and Texas Wines.  I have worked with many Texas Wineries in supplying bison meat with wine parings for special events.  I now am excited to share with Bison Ranchers some of the Texas Wines recommended with your favorite Bison Meat recipes. Wine paring recommendations … Read more

1915

<< Previous  Next>> / Trenton Evening Times Trenton, New Jersey, Jan 15, 1916 GOATS “BUTT IN” FATAL A shaggy-haired goat overestimated his fighting ability at Washington Park Zoo, says the Portland Journal, when he wandered into the buffalo paddocks and gave battle to one of the big male buffaloes. The consequence was that the goats’ battered remains were taken to the city incineratory for cremation. / The York Daily York, Pennsylvania Feb. 15, 1915 TO STAVE THE WOOD TICKS Government Officials Have Plan to Trap “Spotted Fever” Pests (extract) The wood tick, common on cattle and sheep, get the blame … Read more

1883

<< Previous  Next>> ” Slaughtered for a Pastime” ” Shall the Buffalo Go? Reminiscences of an Old Buffalo Hunter” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, Vol. XV, May 1883, New York, Original vintage wood engraving, 1883 On loan from Historic Photographs by Imagi Gallery / Jamestown Weekly Alert Jamestown, North Dakota  Jan 12 1883 Bismarck Tribune: Two compositors on the Jamestown Alert went out New Year’s Day to slay a buffalo. They had crawled a quarter of a mile through the snow to get a shot at  a lot of cows which they mistook for bison, when a bulldog appeared suddenly and … Read more

1874

<< Previous  Next>> Wholesale Slaughter Nashville Union Jan 6 1874 Wholesale Slaughter With reference to the wholesale slaughter of buffalo on the plains, a Western paper says: Mr. Lessing estimates that there are at least two thousand hunters in camp along there waiting for buffalo. He came across one party of sixteen, who stated that they killed twenty-eight thousand buffaloes during the past summer, the hides of which only were utilized. If sixteen hunters can kill this many animals, how great must be the slaughter upon the broad extent of the bison range? Evidently millions of the animals must have … Read more

USDA Monthly Bison Market Reports

NW_LS526 Oklahoma City, OK  Friday June 17th, 2022  USDA  MONTHLY BISON MARKET REPORT (CARCASS AND CUTS) For the Month of May   NW_LS526 Oklahoma City, OK  Friday May 13th, 2022  USDA Market News MONTHLY BISON REPORT (CARCASS AND CUTS) For the Month of April   NW_LS526 Oklahoma City, OK  Friday April 22nd, 2022  USDA Market News MONTHLY BISON REPORT (CARCASS AND CUTS) For the Month of March   NW_LS526 Oklahoma City, OK  Friday Mar 18th, 2022  USDA Market News MONTHLY BISON REPORT (CARCASS AND CUTS) For the Month of February   NW_LS526 Oklahoma City, OK  Friday Feb 18th, 2022  USDA … Read more