American Gourmet's Buffalo Pot Roast

"Sports Moms", looking for a healthy and easy recipe to come home to, this bison pot roast will have you eating it for days.

BBQ Bison Brisket

When you have the time to let it cook all day, this is the recipe you've been looking for.

Bison Chili

Bison chili is the perfect comfort food.

Bison Flank Steak

Looking to grill, try out our flank steak, perfect for adding to salads.

 

 

Bison Goulash

A hearty dish, sure to warm you up when the weather cools down.

Bison Liver and Onions

Delicious liver and onions with bison meat. 

Bison Pot Roast

The traditional comfort food.

Bison Salsa Roast

Use your left over taco ingredients in this delicious roast. 

Bison Short Ribs

Easy rib recipe.

Bison Stuffed Bell Peppers

Love peppers? 

Order Details

SHIPPING DETAILS FAQS STORE POLICIES

Shipping Details

Shipping specifications

  • We offer flat rate shipping based on your zone.
  • Zone 1 = $26.00 shipping fee // Zone 2 = $86.00 shipping fee
  • We are not responsible for partially thawed meat. If your meat is thawed and still cold, the product can be refrozen without effecting the integrity of the meat. If you are not planning on cooking the product the day of delivery, we suggest that you freeze our products upon arrival.
  • When entering your shipping address, please make sure to fill in your complete address. We do not deliver to P.O. Boxes, A.P.O or F.P.O addresses.
  • All of our meat is Illinois State inspected and processed.

Shipping guarantee

  • If dissatisfied with your order or if you do not receive your order, contact us at (618) 521-5102 within 24 hours upon receiving or the expected delivery date to resolve any issues. If we are not contacted within the stated 24 hour time period, we cannot help resolve any issues and will not replace any items.
  • In the event that we cannot fulfill one of your items in your order, we will contact you. If we are unable to get ahold of you we will substitute your item for another item of equal or greater value.

How we pack our meats

  • All of our meat is grass-fed and grain-finished, with no hormones or antibiotics added. After processing, our meat is vacuum packed and tightly sealed in durable packaging, then quickly frozen.
  • When shipped, our products are placed in an insulated cooler with a box liner. To maintain the frozen state of our products, we use gel packs in our coolers.
  • Upon receiving your order, you will find complementary recipes and helpful tips on cooking and preparing our products.

How we ship our meats

We offer flat rate shipping based on our zone map. We only use shipping methods capable of delivering your order in a time period that maintains the frozen state of our products.

When we ship

  • We are currently shipping on Tuesdays to ensure delivery by the weekend. Please make sure your order is placed by 3 p.m. (CST) the Monday before to guarantee your order is processed that week. Any orders placed after 3 p.m. (CST) on that Monday will not be processed until the following week.
  • For special delivery date requests, please contact us at (618) 521-5102.

Payment options

We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa. All prices are listed in U.S. dollars and must be prepaid in U.S. funds.

Deliveries to Hawaii, Alaska, and out of the United States

We do not ship outside of the United States, to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, or Mexico. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Orders over $1,000

For orders over $1,000, please contact us at (618) 521-5102 to ensure you receive the quantity you desire and receive the best shipping method.

For the best customer experience, we have provided a step-by-step ordering process

  1. When checking out, be sure to complete the shipping, billing and phone information accurately.
  2. Please note that shipments go out on Tuesdays. If needing to request a different shipping date, please contact us at (618) 521-5102 to set up different shipping arrangements.
  3. Remember the delivery date and be sure to have someone present to receive the order. Important: If the carrier has to take the order back, it could ruin the products.
  4. ​​For the best customer service experience, please note if you are buying this as a gift and shipping somewhere other than your home address, remember to notify them they will be receiving a perishable delivery.
  5. If not using the product on the date of delivery, freeze products immediately upon arrival.
  6. If dissatisfied with your order or if your order does not arrive on the delivery date, contact us at (618) 521-5102 within 24 hours of delivery or expected delivery and we will be sure to resolve any issues.

Questions or concerns

Questions or concerns regarding any of the above shipping information? Please contact as (618) 521-5102 or bisonbluff7@gmail.com and we will be happy to help you.

We reserve the right to make any changes to the shipping details at any time. Any changes will be updated on our website.

 

FAQS

Q&A

  • Do both the male and female bison have horns?  Yes.
  • What kind of fencing do you use?  We use 8 strands of high tinsel electric fence. The electricity we put on it of 10,000 volts helps remind the bison to stay at home.
  • What does buffalo taste like? The taste is very similar to beef, with a slight sweeter taste.
  • How many buffalo do you have?  We have approximatly 360 head of bison on the farm.
  • What do you feed your bison? Our breeding stock is grass fed off of our farm and the feed lot animals are fed an all natural grain and hay off of our farm.
  • Is bison meat healthy for you?  Yes indeed!  Bison is a lean meat, that is high in protein, high in iron, has a good source of omega 3 and other vitamins.
  • How do you cook bison?  Bison can be cooked like most other meats. It takes less time to cook, because it is such a lean meat. In fact, it cooks 33% quicker than regular beef.

History

Bison once roamed from Canada to Mexico, grazing on the Great Plains and mountainous areas of North America. It is estimated that there were 60 million bison in the 1700′s. It is said that the “plains were black and appeared as if in motion” with the great herds of bison. In the 1600′s fur traders began killing bison and shipping their hides to Europe. By the early 1800′s, the fur trade caused approximately 200,000 bison to be killed annually on the plains. Most of the slaughter occurred between 1830 and 1860. By the early 1880′s there were only a few free-ranging bison. By 1893, estimates were approximately 300 bison left of the herds that once numbered more than 160 million. A 1929 inventory of bison counted 3,385 animals, and currently that number is approximately 450,000 animals in public and private herds in the United States.

Buffalo or Bison?

The American buffalo is not a true buffalo. Its closest relative is the European Bison or Wisent and the Canadian Woods Bison, not the buffalo of Asia or Africa, such as the Cape Buffalo or Water Buffalo. Scientifically, the American Buffalo is named Bison and belongs to Bovidae family of mammals, as do domestic cattle. Because our history has so ingrained us with the name “Buffalo," we still use it, although “Bison” is the true term to use.

Temperament

The best description of a bison’s temperament is 'unpredictable.' They often appear peaceful, unconcerned, or lazy, but can attack without warning. They can out run, out turn, out jump and traverse rougher terrain than all but the fleetest horse. They can move at speeds of up to thirty-five miles per hour and cover long distances at a lumbering gallop. Their most obvious weapon is their horns. But their head, with its massive skull, can be used as a battering ram, effectively using the momentum produced by two thousand pounds moving at thirty miles per hour. Their legs can also be used to kill or maim with devastating effect.

Store Policies

Shipping

For more shipping information, please visit our Shipping Details page.

Shipping policies

  • We offer flate rate shipping based on your zone. 
  • Be sure someone is able to receive your order upon arrival. If the carrier has to take back your order, it could ruin the products. We are not responsible for any thawed products.
  • If dissatisfied with your order or if you do not receive your order, contact us at (618) 521-5201 within 24 hours upon receiving or the expected delivery date to resolve any issues. If we are not contacted within the stated 24 hour time period, we cannot help resolve any issues and will not replace any items.
  • We do not ship to Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, Mexico, or outside of the U.S.
  • We do not ship to P.O. Boxes, A.P.O. or F.P.O. addresses.

Important Reminder

  • Frozen products cannot be guaranteed upon order's arrival. Our products may start to soften around the edges before delivery date, but can be frozen or refrigerated upon arrival. We recommend 1-day air to guarantee your products remain frozen, especially during warmer months.
  • All of our meat is frozen when shipped.
  • For the best customer service experience, please note if you are buying this as a gift and shipping somewhere other than your home adress, remember to notify them they will be receiving a perishable delivery.
  • Product Availability: All orders subject to available stock on hand. If order exceeds available quantity, we will contact you regarding your order to resolve any issues.

Payment

We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa credit cards. All pricing is listed in U.S. dollars and all payments must be prepaid in U.S. funds.

Return policies

If you are not satisfied with your order or do not receive your order, contact us at (618) 521-5102 within 24 hours of receiving your order or on the expected delivery date to resolve any issues. If we are not contacted within the 24 hour time period, we cannot help resolve the issue and will not replace any items.

Contact information

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us!

Phone: (618) 521-5102 
Email: bisonbluff7@gmail.com 

Postal address:
Bison Bluff Farms
1565 Bethel Church Road
Cobden, IL 62920

 

We reserve the right to make any changes to our store policies at any time. Any changes will be updated on our website.