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To provide a healthy, local food choice, while improving our farm.
Healthy Protein. Bison meat is a complete protein, containing all the essential amino acids our bodies need. It is lower in calories, fat, and cholesterol than beef, pork, chicken, or salmon. Bison is also packed with macronutrients, such as protein, iron, vitamin B-12, zinc, and selenium.
Locally Raised. Buying your food locally enables you to create a relationship with the farmer who produces your food. It allows you to visit the farm and create a connection to the land. It greatly reduces the risk of food contamination as well as the fossil fuels used in the production of your food. It creates local jobs, stimulating the local economy. Most importantly, it ensures that your food is not saturated with chemicals and hormones so often found in products produced at factory farms. It guarantees that your food is of the highest quality.
Our Farm. Raising bison helps the long-term health and success of our farm. We practice holistic management to create healthy soil and nutritious grasses. Bison and grasslands evolved together in North America. They have a symbiotic relationship that allows both to thrive and prosper.
“We want to change people’s relationship to food.
We want them to know exactly where their food comes from.”
– DEVITA DAVISON
Brush Creek Bison
This is the official website of Brush Creek Bison. We are real people raising real food and have a unique story to share. On this site, you will find links to read more about us and our bison herd. There are other links that you can click on such as a brief discussion of life at Flat Hollow Farms (home of Brush Creek Bison), the history of Yellowstone Wilderness Outfitters (our outfitting business), and a page dedicated to Cinch (our Australian Shepherd). Check back to the Tour page as we continue to add photos and sections on ecology and geology. On the Contact page, you will find links to our social media accounts, a map of our location, and ways to get in touch. Be sure to sign up for the occasional newsletter that keeps you informed of the latest farm news. Enjoy our site!