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Skye Blue Pastures, Inc.
GRASS FED BISON

Skye Blue Pastures, named after our beautiful daughter, Skye, is located in
Hartwick, New York. Our staff has been educated through a holistic management
course and i
s raising the bison with great respect and care.

W
e are offering the following:
Bottom Round Roast
Bones
Brisket
Burger Patties
Chuck Roast
Delmonico Steak (Boneless Rib-Eye)
Eye Round Roast
Flank Steak
Ground
Hanger Steak
Hump Roast
Hot Dogs
Jerky
Liver
London Broil
New York Strip Steak
Pepperoni
Rib-Eye Steak
Short Ribs
Sirloin Steak
Sirloin Tip
Skirt Steak
Stew Meat
Tenderloin
Top Round Roast
...and more!


Simply Serene
Chef, Danielle Sepneiski, has also been preparing meals with our
grass fed bison which are available on a rotating basis.
We have Bison Bolognese,
Cheeseburger Eggrolls, and more!


Nutritional Information
The nutritional information below is from The National Bison Association's website.

HEALTH
Bison are handled as little as possible. They spend their lives on grass. They are
not subjected to questionable drugs, chemicals or hormones. The members of the
NBA feel so strongly about this that they have a resolution opposing the use of
these substances in the production of Bison for meat.

NUTRITION
Research by Dr. M. Marchello at North Dakota State University has shown that the
meat from Bison is a highly nutrient dense food because of the proportion of
protein, fat, mineral, and fatty acids to its caloric value. Comparisons to other meat
sources have also shown that Bison has a greater concentration of iron as well as
some of the essential fatty acids necessary for human well being. Readers' Digest
magazine has even listed bison as one of the five foods women should eat
because of the high iron content.
Our bison are handled
as little as possible.

They spend their
lives eating grass
and are not subjected
to questionable
drugs, chemicals
or hormones.
100%
Grass Fed
America's
First
Red Meat