Bison, also known as buffalo, is a large animal related to a cow. While bison is usually associated with the prairie grasslands in the centre of the country, Wood Bison are common in the forested areas of British Columbia, the Yukon, and the northern parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. A species of bison called the Wisent is present in Europe; but the bison sold at Brady's is all from North America.

Bison Ribeye


How to cook our bison ribeyes.

1 Servings
Preparation time
1 minute
Cooking time
10 minutes
Total time
11 minutes
1 bison ribeye steak
  salt (to taste; optional)
  black pepper (to taste; optional)

On the barbecue

  1. Coat meat lightly with a little oil. Add sea salt and black pepper if you wish.
  2. Sear on high heat for 1 minute per side.
  3. Grill the bison ribeye(s) for 4—5 minutes per side on medium heat. Be careful not to overcook them!

Be very careful not to overcook. Bison is so lean that it will dry-out and become tough if you overcook it.

Most people can eat one bison ribeye.


Specialty Meats

Looking for hard-to-find or unusual meats? We can usually find them! Contact us if you want to try a type of meat not listed here.

Bison / Buffalo

Bison (also known as buffalo) meat is very lean and healthy. We regularly sell naturally-raised frozen ground bison, but if you are looking for a specific cut, we can order it fresh from Alberta every week.

Canadian Wild Boar

Our wild boar comes from the same farmer that sells us the Berkshire pork! Here are some of our more popular products:

  • Burgers (by order)
  • Frenched racks (by order; 3-4 lbs average)
  • Ground Boar
  • Side Bacon
  • Tenderloin (by order)


We regularly carry duck breast, and duck fat for cooking.


We don’t always have goose in stock, however, we can order it if you want some! Place your order ahead of time, and we will bring it in for you. Popular items include:

  • Frois Grois (available fresh with a week's notice), and,
  • Whole goose (around Christmas, fresh from a local farmer).


We sell traditional and sliced Haggis. For information on how to cook a whole haggis, see our recipes page.

Kobe (Wagyū) beef

We don’t bring in Wagyū beef all the time, but we would be happy to give you a call when we bring some in! Just leave your name and phone number with us, and we’ll let you know when we have some on order.

For more information about our Wagyū beef, please see our beef products page.


We regularly stock farm-raised venison tenderloin, and we can order other types of venison for you as well.

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