Beefalo producers want their meat to be more than just a niche product
Beefalo is a crossbreed of cattle and bison. The meat is lean and the animals are relatively docile, but ranchers have been reluctant to raise beefalo. The meat isn’t available in most grocery stores because it comes from mostly small producers. Some hope beefalo will soon be widely found all over the country.
Jonathan Ahl of Harvest Public Media reports.
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