Farm Store Open Saturdays from 10-2. Covid Safety measures in place.

  • 664 Davis Drive, Uxbridge, Ontario L9P 1R2
  • 905 391 8655 | 905 391 8666
  • No Pre-orders necessary
  • No Farm Tours at this time

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Thunder Ridge Bison Co., Consumer Bison Meat in Ontario

From Gluten-free Meat Pies to Steak to Bones for Soup, Thunder Ridge Bison Co. provides the Uxbridge, Ontario community with fresh, farm-to-table Bison meat.


The Cuts of Meat In A Bison, Thunder Ridge Bison Co. Uxbridge, Ontaro

The Cuts of Bison

Our Bison is available in most well known red meat cuts. Bison is an excellent source of iron, zinc, selenium and protein. Being almost a quarter of the fat of most cuts of beef, lower in cholesterol and calories and higher in iron and protein, Bison is a perfect addition to the health conscious consumers.

Our meat is available for purchase during Farm Store hours- Saturdays 10-2. Butchers and Restaurants, please contact us for details. 


The Bison Cuts We Offer

Bison Steak | Thunder Ridge Bison

Steaks

  • Striploin- $26/lb
  • Tenderloin- $35/lb
  • Ribeye- $27/lb

Bison Roast | Thunder Ridge Bison

Roasts

  • Available by custom order

Bison Prepared Meat | Thunder Ridge Bison

Prepared

  • Ground- $13.50/lb
  • Sausage- $16 pkg
  • Charcuterie meats- $4 link
  • Jerky- $8 pkg

Bison Soup | Thunder Ridge Bison

Soup

  • Bones- $10/lb
  • Organ Meat- $10/lb

Bison Stew | Thunder Ridge Bison

Stew

  • Stewing Meat-$13/lb

Bison Baked Pie | Thunder Ridge Bison

Baked

  • Meat Pies $8
    (Gluten-Free available by order)

Now available: Pasture raised WILD BOAR!!

Cuts available:

  • Chops
  • Boar sausage
  • Short ribs
  • Bacon
  • Ham and Ham steaks

Arnold Family Farms: Pasture Raised, Organically Fed Chicken

  • Whole chicken
  • Breasts
  • Llegs
  • Thighs
  • Specialty items available!!
Thunder Ridge Bison Co., Bison Breeding in Uxbridge, Ontario

We Have a Passion for Bison

  • "On a spring day it is amazing to see the young bison frolicking around the pasture. Despite their big size, they prance around like bunnies and tussle with each other. It makes me laugh to see them having so much fun in the pasture."
    - Michelle Arnold