Bison are the largest native land mammal in the U.S.

Bison have excellent hearing but poor eyesight.

Bison wallow for insect protection by rolling in the dirt.

Bison can run 30 mph, turn on a dime and use their head and shoulders as a snowplow.

Bison have no calving problems (babies weigh 30 – 60 lbs at birth).

Bison live a long life (up to 30 years).

Bison are wild animals but live successfully in captivity.

Bison meat is heart-healthy (high in protein, low in calories and cholesterol).

Bison are grass-eaters but do not destroy the root system as they graze.

A bison can be herded anywhere HE wants to go.