The Big Horn Bison Ranch expands across Wyoming’s majestic mountains and high plains, through the historic red rock terrain of Chimney Rock, and across the Great Plains of Nebraska. Big Horn Bison is building their herds by carefully hand-selecting bulls genetically tested and purchased from the Turner Bison Exchange’s Yellowstone and Castlerock herds. Big Horn Bison will internally grow their herds over the upcoming years. As each herd begins to proactively produce viable offspring, Big Horn Bison plans to humanely and actively monitor their growth to the capacity of their ranch. Doing this will ensure the genetic diversity of the Great American Bison and uphold the pledge of all Big Horn Bison ranches made to the preservation efforts of the indigenous Great American Bison’s genetics. As Big Horn Bison actively monitors the growth of their herds within their natural environments, the predicted longevity will maximize each ranch and its herd to pave the way for the conservation of a subsistence lifestyle lived by the surrounding native communities. As Big Horn Bison begins to deem each herd viable and genetically pure, we will begin to sell our harvested and vetted livestock. Any unproductive livestock deemed genetically non-viable or “productive” to our mission will be used for the Big Horn Bison’s evolving subsistence living program.