Buffalo or Grass-Fed Beef Whole • Half • Quarter Bundles Click for Mobile Viewing Our bundles are a super, low-cost way to get the very best. Buy in bulk, fill your freezer and rest assured knowing you have the very best Buffalo or Grass-Fed Beef available for your use anytime – rain, shine or blizzard! With our Special Bundles you only pay for the meat you get. The price per pound shown here is for final packaged meat – delivered to your door. This exclusive offer is...
Nutrition experts advise us to eat one portion of red meat per week in order to stay healthy. To combat the risks of eating too much saturated fat, they advise lean cuts of meat such as the flank, New York strip, and tenderloin.¹ However, a lot of people forget about buffalo steak. When comparing bison to beef, buffalo meat is far leaner with less saturated fat, calories, and sodium. It also has more protein than pork, chicken, salmon, or grain fed beef.² All of these are...
Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid classed with the polyunsaturated fats. This substance has been found to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. Omega-6 is a closely related fatty acid that is commonly present with Omega-3. While increased amounts of Omega-3 fats have proven to be beneficial the inverse is true of the Omega-6 fats. The best way to judge whether the Omega content of a product is helpful is to look at the ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fats. Commodity beef typically has an...
All Natural is a USDA-approved term that requires the product to be made without the use of artificial ingredients. Our products easily meet these strict standards. In a nutshell, what this means to you is that our products contain no MSG, Nitrates, Nitrites, Sodium Benzoate, Hydrogenated Oils, Artificial Sweeteners nor Artificial Preservatives. Additionally, our meat is raised without the use of growth hormones, sub-therapeutic antibiotics nor do we feed animal by-products to our buffalo. Our...
Mad Cow Disease (bovine spongiform encephalopathy), also sometimes referred to as BSE, has NEVER been observed in an American Buffalo. Mad Cow Disease is spread through the feeding of animal by-products to ruminants. This practice is strictly forbidden for any of The Buffalo Guys growers.
Properly frozen meat has many benefits over fresh meat. Firstly, our frozen meat is fresher. That’s right; our meat is fresher than what you can get at your local butcher. That’s because immediately after harvest our meat is transported directly to a professional cold storage facility where it is quickly frozen at -10F to -20F temperatures with large fans to further accelerate the freezing process. Once meat is frozen it effectively stops the aging process and can be safely kept...
Gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease is a growing problem in the United States. In fact, one out 133 people in the United States has Celiac Disease. Those affected with Celiac Disease experience serious discomfort when ingested gluten sets off an autoimmune reaction that causes the destruction of the villi in the small intestine and seriously interferes with nutrient absorption and good health. People with gluten intolerance should totally eliminate foods that contain gluten from their diet....
The Food and Drug Administration announced in January, 2008 that meat from cloned cattle, swine and goats can be marketed to consumers.  However, to the delight of The Buffalo Guys, the FDA kept the cloning ban for bison meat. Incredibly, the FDA’s January announcement specified that they will not require any special labeling of meat products produced from cloned animals! The Buffalo Guys feel that the failure to require any special labeling is likely to create confusion among...
Lately it seems it has become “cool” for folks to go vegetarian.  This is especially true for the youth in urban areas.  If you listen to the press, eating only vegetables and/or abstaining from meat or animal products altogether is perhaps the most virtuous choice a human can make. By listening carefully we “learn” that vegans and vegetarians are returning to humans’ ancestral roots and are eating as humans were meant to eat.  Further, we “...
By Ken Klemm of The Buffalo Guys I remember when I was a young boy and I bought a cheap toy gun at the store.  It didn’t take long before it fell apart and my Dad looked at me with that “I Told You So Look” and said, “Son, you get what you pay for.  You should have bought the good one for a little more”. It was a bitter lesson to learn but one that I have never forgotten.  I’ve found that principle holds true not only with toys but with...