The article below touts the benefits of Bison meat. It doesn’t showcase the amazing group of people behind this endeavor. Fearless leader, Zach Martin, of Panama’s Property Service, sees a dream and lets nothing get in his way. His entire group inspires me regularly. I encourage you to support them! – Deb
New on the local scene: Red Frazier Bison Ranch
Visit the Red Frazier Bison Ranch Store at:
840 W 17th St, Suite 9
Red Frazier Bison Ranch is located on 225 acres in the rolling hills of Greene County and is home to a growing herd of North American bison, also called buffalo. Started in 2014, the ranch is operated by a group of friends with a passion for nature, bison, hard work, and providing a quality product to their community. They are committed to growing the bison population the way nature intended, free of growth hormones, antibiotics, and artificial reproduction practices. Left to their natural instincts, bison are highly adaptable and extremely rugged which is largely responsible for their steadily growing population. Red Frazier Bison is proud to be participating in the restoration of an American icon.
Bison meat is a lean, tender, and nutrient-dense meat. Its natural flavors and sweeter taste make it an easy substitute in any red-meat recipe. Bison is higher in iron and protein than beef and lower in fat and cholesterol than both skinless chicken and salmon. Thanks to the proper care and stewardship by ranchers over the years, bison are once again poised to be the source of a healthy and delicious meat for consumers. With its health benefits and local availability, bison is quickly becoming the natural alternative to today’s mass produced beef. Next time you are looking to grill a steak or burger, make a pan of lasagna, or slow cook a roast, you should consider giving it a try.