Miserere, some sources for bison are finished on grain; some are grass fed and grass “finished.” It pays to ask questions.
I know they can be finished differently (which will affect the price), but the OP seemed to be implying that the bison were 100% grain fed. I wouldn’t mind introducing some grain-finished bison in my diet, but if they’re going to be grain fed all the way, then I’ll stick with beef (for economic reasons).
So to the OP: Is this bison grain fed, or grain finished?[/quote]
From their website www.ndnatural.com
What makes TenderBison all-natural?
All TenderBison? products are allnatural: they come from premium grade, ranch-raised, grain-finished bison. Our bison are source verified, and tested by the USDA to be free of growth hormones and stimulants. No animal byproducts are ever fed to bison.
As for the price part. It is 4.98 a pound at Wat-Mart so it is an extra couple bucks a week to substitute it for some of my beef.