Beefalo is a cross between a bison and a bovine. In order to be called a full blood, Beefalo must be 3/8 bison and 5/8 bovine. To ensure the integrity of the bloodline, all animals are DNA tested and registered with the American Beefalo Association (ABA).
All animals are raised ethically and freely and roam a 73 acre farm. Adequate shelter is provided for inclement weather. In addition to the standard grass and hay diet, the Beefalos are fed apple pulp and beer mash from local breweries.
Named with Love
We take pride in naming each of our animals and at birth they receive ear tags. Every animal at High Evergreen Beefalo Farm can be found in our extensive book of records. For instance, this is Navajo, a first generation Beefalo. Her mother, Croatia, was a 3/4 bison.