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I have been trying to find information on beefalo, and have thoroughly explored the info I have found on the web, etc. Does anyone have any ideas regarding the acceptance of beefalo meat, and are they profitable to raise in general, or in the Northwest, where I am located?

Thank You, Kenneth Strawn

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You might give the Beefalo Assoc. a try, they may know of breeders in your area. <A HREF="http://www.ababeefalo.org/">http://www.ababeefalo.org/</A>

dunmovin farms

> I have been trying to find
> information on beefalo, and have
> thoroughly explored the info I
> have found on the web, etc. Does
> anyone have any ideas regarding
> the acceptance of beefalo meat,
> and are they profitable to raise
> in general, or in the Northwest,
> where I am located?

> Thank You, Kenneth Strawn

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Anonymous

The meat from beefalo is generally just marked beef. It usually grades select. Some are trying to get it into health stores, but this hasn't happened on a big scale. I'd suggest staying with traditional cows and maybe try one or 2 beefalo to see if you like them. Any livestock industry that promises a get rich in this business is soon to fail with only the very first into it making the rich claims.

Jason Trowbridge Southern Angus Farms Alberta Canada

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