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Wild Oasis Bison Ranch

Welcome to Wild Oasis Bison, where our passion for quality and commitment to sustainability drive every aspect of our family-owned and woman-operated ranch.

Established in 2019 amidst the picturesque landscapes of Eagle Point, Oregon, Wild Oasis Bison embarked on a journey to redefine the standards of bison ranching.

In early 2024 we relocated to Western Montana. This strategic move not only allows us to secure more expansive land but also enables the growth of our Bison family, ensuring that we continue to raise these magnificent creatures with minimal human intervention in a natural, pristine environment.

At Wild Oasis Bison, our commitment to excellence extends to the well-being of our Bison. We take pride in adhering to ethical standards – our Bison are 100% grass-fed, grass-finished, and raised without the use of hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides. Our dedication to humane practices extends to the harvest, ensuring that the entire process is carried out with respect and care.

To maintain the highest quality standards, we process and package our Bison products through USDA-approved facilities, guaranteeing that you receive not only delicious but also healthy Bison products, straight from our family to yours.

Thank you for joining us on this incredible journey. Explore the wild flavors and ethical practices that define Wild Oasis Bison, and savor the difference that conscious farming makes.

- The Moore Family -

HELP US EXPAND!

Over the past 4 years we have continued to grow and expand our product line.  Recently a chain of over 100 stores has expressed interest in carrying our Bison Jerky on their shelves.  We're so excited about this opportunity but we can't do it alone!

So we're crowdfunding and offering our amazing donors some fantastic rewards and recognition for becoming a meaningful part of our Bison Family!

Check it out by clicking and thank you!

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