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buffalo meat beefstick

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by palerider1, Jan 14, 2006.

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  1. palerider1

    palerider1 member

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    the other day i went to my gun club and a guy had beef sticks made from buffalo meat that he had gotten from a friend who went on a hunt out west somewhere and made. does anyone know if you can purchase buffalo meat/steaks on the internet. i know you can buy steaks on the internet, just dont know where to find buffalo ones.

    thanks :)
     
  2. Biker

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    I'll check. The Sho-Ban res is 5 minutes north of me and we sometimes pop out there for a buff burger. They sometimes even sell the steaks in our local supermarkets - not too cheap though.
    See what I can do.
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  3. Sir Aardvark

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    Similar but different experience:

    My practical joker buddy at my old job was passing out beef jerky that he said was made by his grandma. It turned out to be jerky treats for dogs.

    try this place:

    http://www.thebuffaloguys.com/our_products4.asp

    If you Google "buffalo jerky" you'll find all sorts of places, unfortunately, I can't personally recommend any of them since I'm not a big connoisseur of buffalo products.
     
  4. palerider1

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    thanks sir aardvark and biker. i went to the website,,,,looks great but not cheap. guess you get what you pay for huh???? i'm ordering some buffalo steak tonight.:) let you know how it is.
     
  5. Biker

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    Buff is good meat, but according to my budget, I'm just an elk guy.;)
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  6. Hairback

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    You can buy all sorts of Buffalo meat from
    Cook's Bison Ranch
    Wolcottville, IN
    Tel: 260-854-3297
    http://www/cooksbisonranch.com

    I've been on the ranch. He has about 200 head and you don't want to be downwind of them. Great sound when they run though.

    Good luck and good eating.
     
  7. akodo

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    was at cabela's and they had a large selection of buffaloo meat for purchase (not the restraunt, vaccumm packed frozen stuff) you may want to swing by thier website
     
  8. jtward01

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    Oh God! Elk! I would (almost) kill for a good elk roast. I grew up on elk, venison, rabbit, squirrel, pheasant, quail, bass, duck and other wild game, but I haven't had any elk for 30 years or more. My mom used to fix it and it was 10 times better than the best beef you've ever had.
     
  9. MrTwigg

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    The supermarkets here

    sell buffalo. Ground @ 4.99 lb & steaks @ $7.99lb. Yummy! :)







    Snappy signature line coming soon !
     
  10. El Tejon

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    As Hairback pointed out, there are bison ranches all over Indiana. Hey, the critter is on the state seal. I would think Mr. Google or whoever would show many others about.

    As well, there are two elk ranches just south of me. I know they sell the leather and steaks, don't know about jerky though?
     
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