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National Buffalo Association Publication Archives

 
The current National Bison Association was formed in 1995 by the merging of the National Buffalo Association and The American Bison Association. Prior to the merge the official publication of the former National Buffalo Association was called "Buffalo!". Presented below are some articles of interest (to me at least) from various issues of Buffalo! This material is subject to copyright and appears here courtesy of the US National Bison Association.


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Ranch Reviews - Table Mountain Ranch, Wyoming
Dave and May Raynolds, Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.2, March - April, 1988.

This article is the first in a series intended to illustrate mistakes and lessons learned by established bison producers. Producers take note!




Buffalo Beliefs and Behaviours
Mary Duvall, Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.4, July - September, 1988.

An article about various aspects of bison behaviour and management based on research of available literature and visits with bison producers.


Introduction to the Bison
Editorial, Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.4, July - September, 1988.

Ever wonder how to tell a Plains from a Wood bison from a Wisent (European bison)? Here is a chart listing the anatomical differences.


Ranch Reviews - Lee Buffalo Farms
Particia F. Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.4, july - September, 1988.

This article is the third in a series intended to illustrate mistakes and lessons learned by established bison producers. Producers take note!





Bringing Up Baby - Part 1
Patricia F. Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.5, October - December, 1988.

An article documenting the feeding and weaning of a bison calf.


Ranch Reviews - Durham Ranches Inc.
Anonymous, Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.5, October - December, 1988.

This article another in a series profiling bison ranches and is intended to illustrate mistakes and lessons learned by established bison producers. Producers take note!




Bringing Up Baby - Part 2
Patricia F. Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.1, January - March, 1989.

An article documenting the feeding and weaning of a bison calf.


Ranch Reviews - Thistlewood Farm, Virginia
Ray and Roma Dawson, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.1, January - March, 1989.

This article another in a series profiling bison ranches and is intended to illustrate mistakes and lessons learned by established bison producers. Producers take note!


A Bull Fight With A Buffalo
Anonymous, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.1, January - March, 1989.

A hilarious account of an attempt to hold a Spanish-style bull fight with a bison bull.




Ranch Reviews - Beaver Valley Ranch, Washington
Roy and JoLynne Rohde, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.2, April - June, 1989.

This article another in a series profiling bison ranches and is intended to illustrate mistakes and lessons learned by established bison producers. Producers take note!


Antelope Island Bison Studies
John F. Kimball Jr. and Michael L. Wolfe, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.2, April - June, 1989.

A description of various physical measurements taken from the Antelope Island Bison Herd, including some good information about aging bison using tooth wear patterns.




Weaning and Creep Feeding Buffalo calves
Kim Dowling, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.3, July - September, 1989.

This short article briefly discusses weaning and creep feeding bison calves.


Ranch Reviews - Shepherd Farms, Missouri
Jerrell and Eveyln Shepherd, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.3, July - September, 1989.

This article another in a series profiling bison ranches and is intended to illustrate mistakes and lessons learned by established bison producers. Producers take note!


Cleaning the Buffalo Skull
Boots Delano, Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.3, July - September, 1989.

Boots gives some tips on cleaning and preparing bison skulls for artwork.



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