Better Taste

Enjoy Cleaner, Fresher, More Flavorful Bison Meat

Bison is a delicacy that will leave your mouth watering for more, but at High Plains Bison, we believe our bison tastes even better than the rest. How can we proudly proclaim this?

Every ranching and harvesting technique has been thoughtfully developed and completed to reach one key goal—cleaner, fresher, more flavorful bison meat. Whether you are looking to sink your teeth into a juicy burger or experience the melt-in-your-mouth tenderness of our filet, you can rest assured that High Plains Bison will impress even the most meticulous food lover.

Taste the Difference

During a sensory taste test among a panel of bison aficionados, High Plains Bison found that our ranching techniques and harvesting methods enabled us to develop a superior product with incredible taste, texture, and appearance.

  • Our diet of free choice feed and forages was preferred to grass-only, and
  • Our Natural Chill processing policy triumphed as the defining factor for better meat taste and quality.

Our Natural Chill Processing

Compare our naturally chilled meat to those with rinse and chill processing and you will see and taste an immediate difference! You get what you pay for with High Plains Bison–our meat offers more flavor, less water weight, no chemicals, and a beautiful color that will make any chef’s heart skip a beat. You will also enjoy melt-in-your-mouth tenderness with every bite.

Never Ever Promise

At High Plains Bison, we offer a Never Ever promise to never, ever give our animals antibiotics, growth hormones, or steroids, so our meat is cleaner, healthier, and more delicious.

100% Bison. Period.

All High Plains Bison products are made with 100% bison meat, and our seasoned products like sausages, hot dogs, and more, are also made with natural spices.

Food Safety for Your Family

100% of High Plains Bison products are harvested in an organic certified facility and are USDA-inspected, CFIA-compliant, and SQF-certified. We complete the highest level of safety inspections—far beyond requirements—in the bison industry.