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Counting Our Blessings: Thriving Life on the Ranch

Greetings from the ranch! Despite the recent challenges, there's plenty to be thankful for, and we're excited to share some wonderful updates with the ranch!

 

Our bison red dogs, also known as baby bison, are thriving alongside their moms. We currently have 17 adorable calves and counting! The recent rains have been transforming our pastures into lush fields bursting with summer grasses.

 

Big Joe and Hoss are diligently preparing for the upcoming breeding season, which will be in full swing within the next month. They’re keeping a close eye on the ladies and the new calves, ensuring everything is set for a successful season.

 

Nature has been particularly generous lately. Wildflowers have sprouted up in various parts of the ranch. Although Marisa wishes for more, we have beautiful displays primarily in the hay meadow pasture, with sightings of American basket flowers (which some consider a weed) and the purple coneflower. The burn unit, an 80-acre area we burned several years ago, is showcasing a stunning array of black-eyed Susans.

 

We’re also delighted to see the return of the scissor-tailed flycatchers, which have made their great migration back to the ranch. If you didn't know, Dusty is our resident bird enthusiast. He often pauses to share fascinating facts about different bird species and the unique sounds they make.

 

Life on the ranch is flourishing, and we’re grateful for the abundance of nature’s gifts. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to nurture our land, our bison, and the diverse wildlife that call this place home.

 

Cheers,

The Cross Timbers Bison Ranch Team



Blackberries and fresh picked wildflowers!

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Dusty,

Thank you for the meat I purchased from your store. We received our package on Wednesday, and I fixed my first Buffalo steak and it was yummy.


Thank you so much, and I will be purchasing more meat from Cross Timbers Bison this fall and winter!!!


Yours Truly,

Annette Straley

Indiana

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