Buffalo Nutritional Information

Buffalo Meat

Our buffalo are raised without the use of hormones, antibiotics or chemicals. They are fed a natural diet of grasses and occasional treats such as apples. The buffalo are raised on pasture and are not force fed.

Nutrition
Buffalo Meat is lower in fat than chicken. It has only 2.42 grams of fat per serving, with only 1 gram of saturated fat. The calories, cholesterol, and sodium are also very low. Buffalo Meat has a high level of protein and iron. Many Doctors are recommending buffalo for their patients because of its health benefits. It has been proven to lower cholesterol levels up to 45% within a 6 month period because it is high in Omega 3's and 6's which aid in combating cholesterol.



Taste
Buffalo meat tastes like a high grade of lean beef. It does not have a "gamey" taste.

Per 100 grams of cooked meat:
Bison meat contains 2.42 grams of fat, 143 calories, and 82 milligrams of cholesterol.
Beef: 9.28 grams of fat, 211 calories, and 86 milligrams of cholesterol.
Pork: 9.66 grams of fat, 212 calories, 86 milligrams of cholesterol.
Chicken (skinless): 7.41 grams of fat, 190 calories, 89 milligrams of cholesterol.