majestic buffalo from the days of the western frontier are now
available on the grassy plains of Southwestern Arkansas. This wholesome
meat is pure grass fed bison. Just like the American Indians had in the
days of old. We invite you to come down for a beautiful trophy bull or
a young meat bull for your freezer! These are day hunts and local
processing is available for approximately $425.00. This price includes
skinning and packaging the meat in small packages for your freezer.
Legacy staff transports the buffalo directly after the harvest to the
processor. Great meat to eat and better for your family than mass
processed meat loaded with additives. Food and lodging is available at
our beautiful lakeside lodge for $150.00 per person, or you may stay at
local motels that are only 12 miles from our ranch. The buffalo range
freely on our 3000 acre ranch. Please call for booking and date
availability. We harvest buffalo year round with no license required.
$1,500.00 per bison (2-3 Years Old)
Mid Size: $3,500.00 per bison
(3-5 Years Old)
Trophy Buffalo: $5,000.00 per
bison (6+ Years Old)
Buffalo Nutritional Facts
is an excellent red meat source low in fat, high in protein, rich in
flavor. Research done by Dr. M. Marchello, University of North Dakota,
has shown that buffalo is a highly nutrient-dense food because of the
proportion of protein, fat, minerals and fatty acids to its caloric
value. Comparisons also show that buffalo has a greater concentration
of iron as well as some of the essential fatty acids.
|USDA Handbook 8-5; 8-10; 8-13; 8-17
* Per 100 grams of meat
A long time ago the Native Americans and frontiersmen
who ate mostly
buffalo had great endurance, agility and stamina. Research is currently
being conducted on buffalo to help us better understand the reasons for
this. Due to their independent natures, buffalo are handled as little
as possible. They spend their lives on grass, much as they always have,
and very little time in the feedlot. Because of this, there is no need
for artificial growth stimulants or sub-therapeutic use of antibiotics.
Comparisons of the nutritional values of buffalo have
shown that buffalo meat is low in fat and calories and high in protein
and nutrients. In short, with buffalo you are paying for a red meat
source that is high in protein, low in fat, low in calories, and a red
meat that fits into the federal government's dietary recommendations.