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Consumers are becoming more knowledgeable about food safety issues and demand a safe, healthy, natural source of food. Bison are raised naturally without the use of growth hormones, stimulants, antibiotics or animal by-products. Bison are naturally fed pasture grasses. Some bison receive supplemental  forage (hay and silage) and grain (primarily oats) during extreme weather or during droughts when pastures are dry. Combination feed grain and forage rations are sometimes used to mimic optimal pasture conditions and “finish” animals for a brief period just prior to their entry into the food system.




The BC Bison Association is a registered non-profit society in British Columbia formed when the Peace Country Bison Association and the Interior Bison Association were dissolved so one organization would represent each province. The BC Bison Association is a provincial member of the Canadian Bison Association, the parent organization.



The Bison Producers of Alberta (BPA) represents the Bison industry for the province and works together with the Canadian Bison Association (CBA) on bison research, producer profitability, On Farm Food Safety, processing concerns and trade issues.


The Saskatchewan Bison Association (SBA) was established on July 27, 1991 to promote the bison industry and to represent the interests of bison producers. The SBA works with the Canadian Bison Association (CBA) and other regional bison associations on a number of issues including livestock traceability, animal health, the bison registry, bison research, producer profitability, marketing, international trade and farm food safety.

Are you interested in starting a Bison ranch? Wondering what it would take? If you are interested please contact our association president for more information. You are also invited to come to our annual meeting and talk to producers to get more information. Learn more about Bison nutrition, health, production, marketing and other bison research.




The Ontario Bison Association's Mission is to educate and promote the bison industry.


Les bisons sont entrés récemment dans la liste des animaux d’élevage. Les bisons vivent en troupeaux comme les moutons, ils demandent un endroit spacieux. Vous devrez donc bénéficier d’un grand terrain avec une bonne verdure. Ces plantes vertes nourrissent principalement sa jolie fourrure. Les bisons sont des animaux qui se stressent facilement, il a donc besoin d’une journée régulière avec des rituels qui ne changent pas. Le réveil du matin ne doit pas changer, l’heure du repas, le temps des balades, etc. 


In 1995 the American Bison Association (formed in 1975) and the National Buffalo Association (chartered in 1966) merged to become the National Bison Association. The NBA has more than 1,100 members in all 50 states and 10 foreign countries.The NBA is a non-profit association of producers, processors, marketers and bison enthusiasts.The vision of the NBA is a community bound by the heritage of the American Bison.

The mission of the National Bison Association is to bring together stakeholders to celebrate the heritage of American bison, to educate, and to create a sustainable future for our industry.