BROADCASTING THE BEEFALO NEWS
BEEFALO NORTHWEST ANNUAL MEETING BRINGS OUT OREGON-WASHINGTON BREEDERS
RICHLAND WASHINGTON WAS AGAIN THE SITE OF THE BEEFALO NORTHWEST ANNUAL MEETING.
PRIMARY DISCUSSION CENTERED ON SUCCESS IN MARKETING BEEFALO
BEEF AND SELECTION FOR SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTION. A NEW MARKETING WEBSITE ADVISABLE SOURCE.COM WAS ALSO REVIEWED ALONG WITH A 63 PAGE COMPILATION ON BEEFALO RESEARCH SINCE 1976. PRESIDENT JON NICHOLS NOTED THAT MANY OF THE OLD TESTS WERE ACCOMPLISHED ON 1/2 AND 3/4 BEEFALO STEERS WITH REMARKABLE RESULTS. NEXT YEAR'S MEETING LOCATION WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN JANUARY.
BEEFALO IS STILL THE BEST !
Mark and Linda Merrill of Merrill Cattle Company/Beefalo Meats have once again taken the American Royal's Best Steak Competition for 2018. This is the second consecutive year they have won in the Grass-fed Category and makes it the fourth time they have taken the honor overall. They have also captured 2 reserve championships in previous years. This shows the consistent quality of Beefalo Beef, and the Merrill's dedication to producing an outstanding product. To learn more about the Merrill's operation in Ellensburg, Washington and where you can buy Beefalo, visit their website at: www.beefalomeats.com
DR JOE DAVIS DONATES BEEFALO TO LITTLE BIGHORN COLLEGE'S RANGELAND CLUB
If You're been around Beefalo for a while you probably know or heard of Doc Davis.
Davis was active in Beefalo from 1980 to 1996 and then developed a new Beefalo herd while he was in Texas a few years ago. Davis moved back to Wyoming recently and brought his small herd of Beefalo with him. The former Physician was faced with a shortage of grazing land last year which prompted him to meet with College Officials and donate his Beefalo to the college's Rangeland Club last November.
Little Bighorn College is a Native American Institution on the Crow Agency in South Central Montana
and welcomed Davis' Gift to include Beefalo as a part of their Range research and study.
The club is affiliated with the Society of Range Management founded in 1948 that has over 4 thousand members in 48 countries. A total of seven head were donated.
(Story source: Bighorn County News.)