The Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Bison herd was established in 1966 with 21 buffalo acquired from the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. The current herd ranges from 300 to 400 head and are decedents of this start. The buffalo herd grazes on the bluffs of the Fort Hall Bottoms and the Cedars areas. The Tribes use the buffalo for ceremonies and local functions, such as the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival. Select animals from the herd are chosen to provide high quality products to the public in a sustainable manner.

Look no farther than Trading Post Grocery to pick up select cuts of free-range, local buffalo – from ground to steak. Or if you want to dine out you can find this select product at the Shoshone-Bannock Hotel, Sage Hill Travel Center, TP Gas, or at the Buffalo Horn Grill inside the Fort Hall Casino. For that on-the-go experience be sure to pick up a bag or two of the lean jerky, available at all Tribal Enterprise locations.

Would you like to find a stunning piece of heritage for your home? The Buffalo Enterprises offers high quality buffalo robes and skulls on a limited basis. These fine products can be found at the Donzia Gift Shop, or can be ordered direct by calling (208)251-8397.