CBA News & Updates

To Preserve The Species, Eat It

Jun 4, 2018
A decade ago, Leawood native Amy Dunn was living in Kansas City, Missouri, and selling books at Barnes & Noble. And even though she was apprenticing as a horse trainer, she was no more country than a suburban horse. Her boyfriend, Michael Billings, wa… View Article...

Scientific literature on ‘all things bison’ compiled in new online database

May 29, 2018
The National Bison Assn. unveiled May 25 a new comprehensive database of scientific literature relating to bison health, nutrition, genetics and other information. “This new online database is designed to be the go-to site for anyone conducting res… View Article...

Grazing management key to sustaining resources on Blue Creek Ranch

May 29, 2018
Located in the Nebraska Sandhills, where balancing plant and animal life is a skill that requires the utmost of grazing and land management practices, Blue Creek Ranch is set up to master this goal. View Article...

Scientists strive to revive Canada’s wood bison herds

May 23, 2018
Straddling the boundary between northern Alberta and the southernmost tip of the Northwest Territories lies Wood Buffalo National Park, the widest-reaching patch of federally-protected wilderness in all of Canada. View Article...

Man. farmers embrace regenerative agriculture

May 23, 2018
The Whites grow a diverse rotation of crops, raise bison and aim to reduce inputs as much as possible About three years ago Brooks White had an “aha” moment that changed his life, or at the very least, changed how he views farming. White was … View Article...