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SAY YES

To Bison

Say Yes To Bison

For Health

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Say Yes To Bison

For Flavor

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Say Yes To Bison

For Farm-to-Table

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Say Yes To Bison

For Health

When you make the Benjamin Lee Bison choice, you’re choosing "Guaranteed American Goodness". The Great Plains Indians lived by the goodness of bison, and now we too can follow nature’s know-how and enjoy the nutrient-rich, versatile, and delicious benefits of this lean, clean meat.

Take this to heart:

• Bison are mostly muscle, with little body fat—only 12% fat compared to beef

• Bison meat is leaner than beef and has almost 25% fewer calories than beef

• Bison meat is free of hormones and antibiotics, as regulated by the USDA

• Bison are free-range grass grazers that may also be minimally grain-fed

Source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference 01/13

Say Yes To Bison

For Flavor

You don’t need a chuckwagon to taste the frontier in every bite of our mouth-watering, pasture raised, heritage breed meat. Rich in flavor, slightly sweet, and not even a little bit gamey, bison is the better meat today as it was long ago. They’re native animals and our herds graze on native grasslands and live, as their Great Plains ancestors did, without antibiotics or hormones. No harmful fertilizers or pesticides are used in pastures where our bison roam. Join the fast-growing numbers of Americans who’ve switched from other, fattier red meats to the lean, clean goodness of bison. From delicious steaks and chops, ribs, and ground meat great for chili, tacos, meatballs and more, the bison difference will make you a believer.

But if you do happen to have a chuckwagon, start your blazes and bring on the chops!

Say Yes To Bison

For Farm-to-Table

We’re glad you found us, and we bet you’re the kind of person who cares where their food comes from. So do we. You’ll be glad to know we’re part of the Keep It Local Movement, and we’re proud to say Benjamin Lee Bison is one ranch and one source, like it was before faceless factory farming set down their big footprint, so with us there’s no guessing, like when you buy a package of hamburger from your retail superstore. Truth is, when the many online companies sell beef and bison, they label it as their own brand when it’s actually someone else’s meat they’re selling. That someone else is likely a huge commodity meat market – in other words, an industrial operation. In other words, factory farming. Not a good thing. Follow the trail to the source and the processor, and you’ll see it’s a trail of tears.

On our ranch we care about our animals and raise them humanely in their natural state. They graze on high quality forage in a sustainable, free-range habitat where they lumber, rumble and roar to their hearts’ content on nearly 2,000 acres of pasture. Happy bison means premium meat straight from our farm to your table.

And we care about our customers, too, so whether you buy a steak, a brisket or ground bison from Benjamin Lee Bison, you get more than yummy-good meat – you get to share our core values of social responsibility, transparency and quality. Go ahead and get happy.


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