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Buffalo Gold Fall Sale, Continued…

Ladies, we have not forgotten about you …. and fall deals. From Trask, we bought a close out of a very nice driving shoe, which Darlene tells me is perfect for fall. It’s called “Aimee”. It is light and comfortable, with the great Trask driving sole. It was right at $200 … but we have them for $95 until they are gone. They run 1/2 to a full size small, so take that into consideration. Sizes 6 – 10 available. Order online here before they’re gone.

Second deal: ALL of our Jacques Cartier bison and bison/silk sweaters are up for grabs. We’re clearing them all out, but before we offer them to the general public on line, we want our bison buddies to get first shot. Not all styles in all sizes; not all inventory on the web site. Great sweaters at wow prices! You have got to call Darlene for this deal – 915-247-bison-01.

Visit or call 915-247-6601.

2018 Sealed Bid Orphan Bison Calf Sale

This offering is for an approximately 2 month old bison bull calf for sale by sealed bid.

The minimum price for this calf will be:

Bull Calf – 1 head — $500.00 each, United States dollars.

This calf is currently being bucket fed milk replacer and is consuming some supplement and free choice hay. It has an injured lower rear leg, wound is healing. Please note: calf will NOT be tested unless requested for in writing and at buyers’ expense.

To bid, download, complete and mail a bid form here and submit by September 4th at 2 pm MDT.

For further information, please call (605) 255-4515, or email: Chad Kremer, Bison Herd Manager at or Mark Hendrix, Resource Program Manager at

Trask Bison Leather Boot Special

Don’t be sorry you waited. We have the last of the Trask “Austin” bison leather roper boots at a close to a ridiculous price – just $177.50. Trask sold them for $395; they are sold out. We’ve got pretty close to all sizes – from 9 thru 13, but when they are gone, sorry! It’s getting to be boot weather once again and these will make it in town or in the pens. Sizes run just a tad snug, so if you are between sizes go to the larger one. Order and view here, or call call us at 915-BISON-01 (915-247-6601).

Investor Seeking Absentee Ownership or Investment Opportunity in a Bison Production Operation

Our family recently relocated to Big Sky, Mt, we are seeking an opportunity in an absentee ownership arrangement or investment opportunity in an existing, or start up bison operation. We are seeking a long term 10-20-year investment opportunity in an operation that has the potential to scale up to become a leading bison production operator.

Our target bison operation location includes Montana and Wyoming, though we may consider other areas.

Presently we do not own land suitable for raising bison, however, our goal is to acquire suitable land by 2021 or as soon as financially feasible based upon income performance of the bison operation. We will consider buying land sooner for the right opportunity.

Initially we are interested in a passive absentee ownership arrangement or investment. This may change once our children complete high school (2021).

Our preference would be a cow calf operation that has the potential to be scaled up. In the future we are interested in producing feeders, fed animals and operating a trophy bull/cow hunting program.
We look forward to establishing a long-term commitment with a quality operator and welcome discussing these and/or a variety of other ideas.

Please contact: Michael J Botha
• 808-478 1479

Canadian Bison for Sale

Canadian bison for sale: 200 feeder bulls from 2017; approximate average weight July 1st ;650 lbs; trucking and border crossing paid first thousand miles; highest bidder;
120 bred females available October 1st ;including 70 (2016)heifers; highest bidder ;see at or call 403-915-8898.

Custom Processing Opportunity

North American Bison, LLC in New Rockford, ND is looking for custom processing opportunities to coincide with our own production. 10 head minimum. Harvest, Fabrication, Steak Cutting and Burger production.

Can take delivery of stock trailers as well as pot-loads.

For more information please contact Mike Jacobson @ 701-318-1474 or

North American Bison, LLC is also looking for all other types of bison to buy on our own. Primes, Cull Cows, etc.

Bison for Sale

5 Yearling Heifers
Six 2-year old Heifers
4 Yearling Bulls
All natural.
Some Fall hunts left.
Contact Dave 406-591-5364 after 6 pm.
In Molt, Montana.

For Sale: “Palo Duro Winds” Original Oil on board by Veryl Goodnight

The owner of this remarkably work has asked me to entertain offers for the original. If you want to discuss, please call me at 817-992-8220 or email me at

Set against the backdrop of the Palo Duro Canyon of West Texas, the herd family portrays what the artist feels was both the majesty of the big herds and the sadness of their passing.

The colors are slightly muted with the exception of the bison, so their power and strength get captured by both the musculature – Veryl’s specialty – and dominance.

This painting – Palo Duro Winds original – was first shown at the 2013 “Quest for the West” invitational western artists gathering at the Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana. There, it qualified for sale (not something all the works are allowed to do) and went to this collector.

More recently, it was displayed at the “Cowgirl Hall of Fame” in Ft. Worth Texas when Veryl Goodnight was inducted into that prestigious organization.

Perfectly framed for most all environs, so as not to overshadow the work, but so as to draw attention to the subject. The framing was selected by Veryl’s husband, Roger Brooks.

Back Forty Bison Ranch

Back Forty Bison Ranch has for sale:

1 13 year old cow
7 2016 heifer
4 2017 heifer
2 2016 bull calf’s
2 2017 bull

Call 308-850-8597 and ask for Pete.

Located in Nebraska.

Grazing Manager Position

Woodland Farm is a diversified and progressive farm raising bison, hogs, chickens, and produce in Goshen, Kentucky. We own/manage 2,000+ acres, with our largest enterprise being 450 grass-fed bison on pasture. Woodland Farm is truly a pasture to plate operation, as we finish our own animals on grass, operate our own USDA processing plant, and distribute our meat locally. Our operation is growing, and we are seeking an outstanding individual for Grazing Manager.

This will be a dream position for the right person. We want to invest in your personal success, as you invest in the farm. This position requires a three-year commitment, but we hope you will make a career with us at Woodland Farm. Please send cover letter and resume to

Responsibilities and Scope

  • Create and implement two grazing plans (growing season and dormant season) in collaboration with Farm Manager, Operations Manager, and Farm Crew.
  • Execute daily moves in all herds of bison, currently 5.
  • Monitor and record herd health and condition daily, while checking water and forage availability.
  • Maintain inventory or grazing equipment and supplies.
  • Adjust practices based on observations, learn from mistakes, and constantly improve.
  • Implement and record herd health interventions, such as de-worming.
  • Work hours set by season and animal needs. Hours will sometimes be long. You must be passionate about the work. Expected to monitor herds 6 days a week.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Knowledge of and a passion for grazing as a tool for building soil health, storing carbon, and raising healthy livestock.
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in a livestock grazing operation, experience with bison a plus.
  • Experience using adaptive/high intensity/rotational grazing techniques and the tools used for this (temporary electric fence, step in posts, wire reels, etc).
  • Past grazing management experience preferred.
  • Holistic Management experience a huge plus
  • Ability to focus on details without losing sight of the big picture, and vice versa.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to work in miserable weather conditions, lift 50+ pound, and walk many miles a day.
  • Must be well organized.
  • Basic computer skills required.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and experience operating various types of equipment and machinery (trucks, tractors, ATV/UTVs, etc.)
  • Basic mechanical knowledge for repairs of equipment.

Salary and Benefits:

  • On-farm housing provided (utilities paid by employee, but all wood you can split for free).
  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience, with room for advancement.
  • Health, dental and vision insurance.
  • Generous vacation and sick/personal days.
  • 401k retirement plan.
  • Life insurance.

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