Bison Handling Facility for Sale
Monday September 9, 2019
Thorson bison working system for sale.
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The Nature Conservancy’s Broken Kettle Grasslands at Westfield, IA is planning to sell 73 animals October 2019. Each animal will be sold per animal.
28 yearling bulls
15 yearling heifers
2 2-year-old heifers
4 mature cows (2-11-year-old and 2-12-year-old)
14 mature cows (3 thru 7 years old)
2 3-year-old bulls
8 mature bulls (6 thru 11 years old)
Bidders who are interested please contact James Baker, Western Iowa Land Steward, for a bid form or for more information at email@example.com or at 712-568-2596 by October 1.Located in: Iowa
We are looking to move at least 30 bulls due to land constraints during a large construction project.
All are 3 years old and average 1000 pounds and located in Western Oklahoma.
Animals are on pasture with supplemental feed.
Asking for $3500 an animal.
Not all need to be purchased together, willing to split just let us know how many you are interested in!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 405-831-1174Located in: Oklahoma
340 contiguous acre, turnkey Bison Ranch provides the opportunity to become a leader in the Bison industry. No gas,mineral, timber, water or wind leases and all rights transfer to the new owner. You want to be your own boss and build a legacy, you have found the right place. Especially given there’s nothing available for sale at any price that compares to this ranch and its facilities in NYS. Truly, a one-of-a-kind property. This ranch is available now as a operational Bison Ranch including approx.80 head of Bison, equipment and handling facilities. Otsego County, NY.
The facilities include 2 homes, potential 3rd with some rehab, an additional building lot with a drilled well and electric on the lot, multiple barns, handle facilities, equipment and feed. Plenty of water, managed pastures and crop ground and of course the Bison. 200 ac+/- high fenced, approx 1 ½ ac of corrals, 4 interior gates and 5 exterior, runways and headlock/squeeze shoot with drop down door. The exterior fence 6′ high with 10′ telephone poles 18′ o.c. and 8′ heavy duty T-posts 6′ o.c., in between, with 7 courses of wire and the middle wire is electrified.
There are more than 30 heavy gauge square stock steel gates on the Ranch.
Current owner had worked hard on his pasture and crop management programs resulting in much larger yields. The pasture area has a great combination of small cover, apple trees, hard and softwoods. Lots of good quality water, 5 ponds are scattered around the property for plenty of watering choices along with 5 frost free hydrants, two with electric and 5 drilled wells. Not only would this facility be perfect for meat production or a breeding farm but also be superb as a sport hunting lodge, B&B, or Dude ranch, with the location being close to the famous Cooperstown, NY.
The custom built main house is 2100 sq ft 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 3 car attached garage, views for miles and overlooks a big portion of the fenced pasture yet still a very private setting. The home has a Woodstock wood stove that does most of the heating with a hot water boiler for back up. Covered front porch, full basement with poured walls, Hardwood and tile flooring.The Farmhouse is 1930 sq. ft with 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath and full basement located at the end of a dead end road. The home has a pellet stove backed up with a newer oil fired boiler. Hardwood, tile and carpeted flooring. The covered rear porch give you views of the side hill pastures and corrals, a majestic site when lined with the Bison.The third house on the property that will need complete rehab with the exception of the new foundation completed.
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Kevin Jaquay, Broker/Owner
Eagle River Realty, LLC
315-247-4200 / email@example.com
10 – 3yr. old bison cow/ calf combos available $3500/pair
3 yr. old bull ready to breed $4000.0
Also some late 2018 heifers available.
All were OCV, are currently vaccinated and have had Long Range vaccination.
Located in central SC. Delivery available.
Contact Barry either call or text at 803-606-6579
New Beginnings Ranch & Midwest Buffalo Company are selling 30+ 2019 heifer calves. As our ranch nears its capacity of over 300 American Buffalo, we are for the first time offering our entire lot of 2019 heifer calves for sale. As we have grown by retaining our heifers each year, we have reached the point, and the ability, to start offering annually these amazing and beautiful heifer calves. Our herd foundation stock comes from Custer State Park, North Dakota, Nebraska, and the Gold Trophy Sale of many years ago. We have worked hard to improve the genetics of our industry and our animals show it with a strong dark color, large frame, and over a 95% success rate in our calving age heifers and cows. We are taking offers and are available to deliver them directly to you. All animals will be available for pickup or delivery after our October 19, 2019 roundup.
Contact Kevin at 313-580-6776 or firstname.lastname@example.orgLocated in: Michigan
Sinte Gleska University seeks to hire a full-time instructor in range management, agricultural science, or related field. Official posting and application instructions are attached or may be found here: http://www.sintegleska.edu/uploads/1/1/3/8/11384118/range_management-ag_science.pdf
SGU is a 1994 tribal land grant college located on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in Mission, SD. Research and grant-writing opportunities related to management of the college’s bison herd are available. Applicants should hold a master’s degree (PhD preferred) in range management, agricultural science, or related field and be willing to develop cultural competencies in working with Native American students.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, a start date as soon as this fall 2019 semester is possible. Questions should be directed to Nick Klein (Nicholas.Klein@sintegleska.edu) and applications should be submitted to Steph White Eyes (Stephanie.WhiteEyes@sintegleska.edu).Located in: South Dakota