Free-Range Bison Burgers
3 patties per 1-lb pack, 100% grass fed | Product #FBM103
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Three (5.3oz) Burger-Patties per 1-lb. pack
- 100% Grass-Fed/Grass-Finished
- Free roaming - Prairie raised
- Humanely raised
- Leaner than standard beef
- No pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, hormones or antibiotics
- Product of USA (South Dakota)
Please check our Serving/Care instructions, because bison cooks faster than conventional beef.
The bison (American buffalo) that provide our burgers roam the South Dakota prairie, grazing freely on native grasses.
Their lean, healthy meat packs a big protein punch, plus a fat profile better than conventional beef’s.
And the ranchers’ land and animal management practices protect native prairie plants and animals.
We’re proud to present a perfectly natural, delicious protein that offers many advantages:
Nutritional and culinary
- Sweet, delicious, exceptionally healthful meat
- More protein per ounce vs. conventional beef
- 3.5 times more omega-3 fatty acids than grain-fed bison
- Fewer calories and less fat or cholesterol than conventional beef or chicken
Eco and animal welfare
- Humane animal husbandry
- Sustainable methods of ranching
- Better lives for an iconic American animal
- No pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or hormones
- Restoration of more than 100,000 acres of prairie
- Fights climate change by preserving carbon-storing plants
The Wild Idea story
Our bison (American buffalo) burgers come from the Wild Idea Buffalo Company, founded in 1997 by longtime wildlife biologist and rancher Dan O’Brien.
Dan and his wife Jill run the Cheyenne River Ranch, located just west of the Badlands National Park and north of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
They’ve encouraged Native American ranches to join their co-op, thereby assisting economic recovery among Native families.
Their mission is to preserve the Great Plains ecosystem by returning buffalo back to their native homeland.
As they say, "By aligning our actions with nature, we are able to restore the health of the prairies, care for the animals, and keep carbon safely stored underground, while providing healthy, 100% grass-fed meat that can be consumed with a clear conscience.”
Average Ratings: 5
"Bison Burgers, Pork, Wild Seafood etc." Review: Absolutely delicious! The quality of their products by far, are the very best available to the consumer! I have been a devoted customer for many years, and I have never been disappointed in any of my purchases of wild seafood, their organic beef, bison & pork etc.! I’m seventy five years young, and I contribute my excellent health to the quality of food’s I choose to nourish my body with!
"Bison Burgers!" Review: Tried the bison burgers for the first time...will definitely be ordering more. We pan cooked and topped them with red wine carmelized onions, and horseradish cheddar cheese on a toasted potato bun with dijon mustard spread! Absolutely Delicious!
"Bison Burgers" Review: I grew up in Oklahoma in the 1950s. There was a bison reservation in the Quartz Mointains that would “cull” their herd annually and sell the ground meat. Your product brings back fond memories
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Nutrition & IngredientsIngredients: Bison
3 servings per per containerServing Size1 (5.3oz) burger (150g)
Amount/serving% Daily Value*
Total Fat 7g 9%
Saturated Fat 4g 20%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 115mg 38%
Sodium 95mg 4%
Amount/serving% Daily Value*
Carbohydrates 0g 0%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Total Sugars 0g
Includes 0g Added Sugars 0%
Protein 32g 64%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.Calories per serving190
Serving/CareStorage and thawing
Keep bison meat frozen until ready to use.
Thaw your bison overnight in the refrigerator.
The USDA advises cooking meat to an internal temperature of 160°F, which will produce medium to medium-well done meat.
That guideline is intended primarily for ground meat, since any external bacteria on whole cuts are killed by normal cooking.
Cook bison "low and slow”
Unlike beef, bison does not marble (produce internal streaks of fat), so the meat will cook quite a bit faster.
To avoid overcooking, cook bison at lower temperatures than those found in a standard beef recipe, and aim for medium-rare.
If you prefer your meet well done, use a very slow, low-temperature (180-200 degrees) beef or bison recipe (such as crockpot, braising, or stew).
ShippingFrozen foods are packed with dry ice
and ship Monday through Wednesday (except holidays).
Frozen foods ship via 2nd Day Air service or 1-3 Day Express Ground service, depending on shipping date and destination.
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- Up to $49.99 = $6.95 shipping
- $50 - $98.99 = $12.95 shipping
- $99 and over = FREE shipping
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