Bison Whole Muscle Jerky

Bison Whole Muscle Jerky

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Bison Whole Muscle Jerky 

3 oz Package

Grass-fed bison round roast sliced with beef broth added and seasoned dried to perfection.

Flavors to Choose From:

  • Teriyaki (Regular)
  • Chipotle Pepper
  • BBQ
  • Smokin' Hot
  • Nitrate Free Regular (Teriyaki)
  • Nitrate Free Pepper


High protein, low-fat snack for anyone!

Storage:

Keep refrigerated until ready to eat.
May be frozen for long-term storage.

We specialize in 100% Grass-fed Bison / Buffalo meat. Bison is a lean red meat source that is safe, flavorful, and healthy for you and your family. 

Lots of health benefits
Has excellent texture and flavor plus the benefits of low fat, fewer calories, and cholesterol. Bison is also high in iron, vitamins, minerals, and protein.
All of our Bison is USDA inspected.

Taste:
It tastes great! Most feel Bison is the most flavorful meat they have ever tasted, with a sweeter and richer flavor than beef. It is not "gamey" or wild-tasting. Bison meat is just naturally flavorful and tender. It tastes great by itself and will enhance your favorite recipe.

Healthful:
Comparisons of the nutritional values of Bison have shown that Bison meat is low in fat and calories and high in protein and nutrients. A red meat that fits into the federal government's dietary recommendations.

Value:
On a cost comparison, Bison falls into the Gourmet category. The value of Bison is not what you pay, but it is what you get in return. With 35% more protein than beef, you eat 1/3 less to satisfy your appetite. Nutritionally, you are getting more protein, more nutrients, for less-less fat, fewer calories, less cholesterol. A value that you can figure into your budget for a balanced, healthy diet. The protein is more complete because the meat has a good distribution of amino acids.

History:
Bison has been called the most important wild animal in the development of North America. They were the center of the life of the Plains Indians, providing them with food, clothing, shelter, and much of their culture. Bison also sustained the lives of the explorers and settlers going West. By the late 1800s, Bison was close to extinction. Through the efforts of early conservationists and ranchers who knew the value of bison, they are no longer an endangered species. Bison are again a central part of the lives of many Americans.
The only red meat that is non-allergenic!
Only mammal not to contract cancer or heart disease!
The American buffalo is not a true buffalo. Scientifically, the American buffalo is named Bison and belongs to the bovine family of mammals, as do domestic cattle. The use of the word "Bison" is encouraged to avoid confusion with the water buffalo products that have entered the American market.