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Butterfield's Buffalo Ranch


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Butterfield's Buffalo Ranch A herd of buffalo may be seen grazing contentedly near Beloit, Ks. The herd of 27 started in March 1978 by Larry, Jr. has now been increased to over 300 head. The Butterfield's opened a retail outlet store in 1979 selling buffalo meat locally and now ship nationwide. Buffalo meat is known for its low cholesterol, low calories and very high protein content.


Address: Part of their buffalo herd may be seen 3 miles west & 2 miles north of Hwy # 24 and K-14 Junction.
They request only vehicle viewing.

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Butterfield's Buffalo Ranch

A herd of buffalo may be seen grazing contentedly near Beloit, Ks. The herd of 27 started in March 1978 by Larry, Jr. has now been increased to over 300 head. The Butterfield's opened a retail outlet store in 1979

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