Prairie Ridge Buffalo Ranch

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When only the best nutritional value will do...

Nutrient Composition

(per 100 grams of cooked lean meat)

Species Fat Calories Cholesterol
  Grams   MG
BISON 2.42 143 83
BEEF 9.28 211 86
PORK 9.66 212 86
CHICKEN* 7.41 190 89

USDA Handbook 8-5-8-10:5-13-8-17       *Skinless

Research has shown that bison is a highly nutrient dense food because of the proportion of protein, fat, minerals and fatty acids to it's caloric value.  Readers Digest states it "is one of the essential foods for women as it has lots of iron and less fat than beef."

bulletLean and Healthy
bulletLow in Calories, Cholesterol and Fat
bulletHigh in Protein
bulletGreat Source of Iron
bulletIdeal for Atkin's Diet Fans

Buffalo can be substituted for any dish that calls for beef.

Buffalo cooks quickly and conveniently since there is less fat.

Properly packaged bison can be safely frozen and stored for up to twelve months!

 

 

 

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