THE NEBRASKABISON.COM STORY
Randy Miller, owner of NebraskaBison.com bought his first heifer calves in 1995 from Custer State Park and took them to his ranch near Adams, Nebraska where they had room to roam and grow. From here, he learned the bison business first hand, from sorting calves in the fall to marketing his finished product. Randy is truly hands-on with his herd, assuring that every animal is highly respected and humanely treated.
Although his venture into the bison business began as a hobby, it grew from there. At first, he started packaging his all-natural bison meat for family and friends. But as demand for bison meat grew, so did Randy's herd and ranching operation.
Randy and his wife, Jane, have expanded their ranching operation to include two ranches. The home ranch in Adams, Nebraska and a second ranch in Bruner, Missouri. Randy and Jane spend their time on both ranches, staying very involved with the entire process in both locations. It is important to them that they maintain their principles for raising and processing excellent bison meat. The herds are treated with respect and dignity and are free to roam while on the ranch.
Much of the meat Randy and Jane raise and produce today is shipped all over the country - to restaurants, grocers and directly to consumers through NebraskaBison.com.
THE MISSOURI RANCH
In 2012, Randy and Jane added a second ranch to their operation: Miller Bison at Elkhead Ranch, located in Bruner, Missouri. Much larger than the home ranch in Adams, this new ranch has allowed the Millers to expand their herd so they can continue to meet demand for their meat and ensure that the bison they sell is raised and processed according to their principles.
Miller Bison at Elkhead Ranch offers guided Bison Hunts on a limited basis throughout the year which includes a cabin stay on our bison ranch.
At NebraskaBison.com, our mission is to provide our customers with the highest quality bison meat available. We believe in order to create this high quality product, our bison need to be raised and processed under a strict principle. This principle is three-fold. 1. Our bison will always be grass fed and natural grain finished without the use of fillers, hormones, antibiotics or artificial ingredients. 2. Our bison will always be humanely treated and processed with the utmost respect. 3. Our bison meat is always dry aged, a process that is rarely used today. The dry aging process is what gives our bison meat the tender, juicy and exceptional flavor that our customers expect from NebraskaBison.com.
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