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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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Buffalo!, Vol 17, No.4, October - December, 1989.


Sorry! Not much of current interest in this issue.




Calf Scours
Dr. Margaret S. Kipps, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.1, January - March, 1990.

This short veterinary article briefly discusses calf scours in bison.


Buffalo Language and Behaviour
Patricia F. Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.1, January - March, 1990.

A good look at bison behaviour from an experienced producer.




Warnings and Challenges
Patricia F. Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.2, April - June, 1990.

A good look at bison behaviour from an experienced producer.


Leptospirosis
Dr. Margaret S. Kipps, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.2, April - June, 1990.

This short veterinary article briefly discusses leptospirosis in bison.


Wood Bison (Bison bison athabascae)
Source Conservation Comment No 25, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.2, April - June, 1990.

A good information article about this subspecies of bison.


High Tensile Fencing
Patricia F Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.2, April - June, 1990.

An information article about the use of high tensile wire for fencing bison pastures.






Breeding Stock Selection
Patricia F. Lee, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.3, July - September, 1990.

Some suggestions about the selection of breeding stock.


Transporting Buffalo
Larry Butterfield Sr., Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.3, July - September, 1990.

Tips on hauling bison by truck.


Parasites
Dr. Margaret S. Kipps, Buffalo!, Vol 18, No.3, July - September, 1990.

This short veterinary article briefly discusses parasites and treatments in bison.




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