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Grass fed bison meat is great tasting and good for you.  They are also a very long production cycle.  Following a 10 month gestation, it takes between 30-36 months for the animals to reach an optimal weight for processing.  Our prices reflect the nature of the production schedule and other costs associated with these animals....have you seen our fencing?

  • Ground, $9.00 per pound
  • Stew meat, $10.00 per pound
  • Shaved Steak, $12 per pound
  • Stir Fry, $10 per pound
  • Bottom Round Roast $10 per pound
  • Brisket, $10 per pound
  • Short ribs, $11 per pound
  • Sirloin, $14 per pound
  • New York Strip, $19 per pound
  • Rib Eye, $20 per pound
  • Tenderloin, $28 per pound


If there is a particular cut of meat that you would like, please call and let us know. We are eager to learn what you prefer!  315-655-4429


Recipes

Asian style, bison meatballs

This is the recipe for the meatballs that were sampled at the Buy Local Bash.  I hope you enjoy it!  Be sure and defrost your meat in the refrigerator a few days in advance.

1 1/2 pounds of ground bison
2 eggs
1 tablespoon finely minced garlic
1 tablespoon finely minced ginger
1/2 cup finely minced mushrooms
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon fish sauce
2 teaspoons of sesame oil
3/4 cup of Panko breadcrumbs
1/2 cup chopped cilantro

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.  Combine Panko and cilantro together in a small bowl and set aside.  Mix everything else together in a large bowl.  Slowly add the panko/cilantro mixture making sure it gets evenly distributed.  Once everything is combined the mixture should be nice and firm and not overly wet.  Roll meatballs, I used a cookie scoop to measure them out then hand rolled. 

Place on rimmed cookie sheet and bake for about 12 minutes, flipping once during the cooking.  Be sure not to crowd on the sheet.

At the size sampled, the recipe will make about 40 meatballs.

The meatballs were sampled with a home made dipping sauce, but I usually serve them with a satay sauce and peanut noodles in the summer, or stir fried vegetables and rice in the winter.  I'm eager to hear how you adapt them for your family!