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Orphan Bison Calf - Wesley
Wesley lost his mom when he was about 6 weeks old. DOB 06/08/23

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‘Boo Boo’ My First Calf

Rhonda Frasier Bio, who is from Texas owns and operates Frasier Bison LLC with her husband Tim. She also solely and diligently manages All About Bison ® which offers historic and contemporary information available for publishing that has grown to 350 + pages about both North American and European Bison. The website began as a personal research journey for Rhonda and has evolved into a source of bison information sourced by researchers, students, and authors who are credited.   Guest bloggers are also welcomed on the site such as ‘Just Plains Funny’ and others who wish to contribute. All About Bison and its dedication to Bison information is free to readers and subscribers and is work that is its own reward in Rhonda’s view.

Rhonda has always been an animal lover and advocates regularly for the well-being of them to be put first by people who affect their lives. She began with dogs and horses and always wished to become a veterinarian. She has been involved with barrel racing and cutting horses and was nick-named ‘Ace’ by her husband for the calming effect she had on high-strung young horses. She raised and trained working stock dogs and became educated and proficient in equine reproduction. Bison first came into her life with a pet named ‘Boo-Boo’ who needed rescuing, and so began her affinity for the animal. She has always taken up for the underdog and sees the historical circumstances of the American Bison, and sometimes some modern-day Bison, in that way. On her small Gainesville Texas ranch, you will find old horses that have earned their retirement, barn cats that don’t earn their keep but ride buffalo,Buffalo Kitty dogs that are family, and of course Bison, including a herd of pretty lucky rescue orphans. She has become very knowledgeable about rearing orphans but with a self-imposed responsibility to them and their successful return to a herd. She is a good welder, and when she is not repairing something, she is moved to build things like the life-sized metal sculpture ‘Demise’. Demise is a metal art rendering of a mature bull based on a Frasier Bison herd sire and a bull named Mr. Big. The sculpture symbolically includes materials and pieces that represent contributions to the decline of the species during the Great Slaughter Era.  She (is) All About Bison ® all the time!