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Graywalk Buffalo Ranch



Graywalk Buffalo Ranch is a 160-acre family-run farm is surrounded by forest and flowing rivers. The ranch is certified as “green”, meaning no chemicals or growth hormones are ever used. The ranch takes pride in its products and takes pride in raising our buffalo in a careful and humane manner. There is also no MSG or preservatives used in any of their products.

The ranch sells delicious bison meat products that are government inspected and vacuum packed to ensure the best quality and freshness. For those on the fence about trying bison meat, bison is described as being similar to beef but with a sweet, richer taste  For best results, always follow the recommended cooking methods we provide since bison cooks quicker than beef. The ranch also sells free-range eggs and burgers and sausages.


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  1. Hi Paul, thanks for your questions.
    1000 Towns of Canada shares the top places in small towns recommended by people who live in the town or visited it before.
    To answer your questions, you can contact directly the Graywalk Buffalo Ranch.
    You can contact them by phone at 705-898-1248

  2. We are interested in a tour..We are exploring whether it would be of interest to our grandchildren.Do we need an appointment.Where would we meet someone.What is the cost per person.


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