Raw Basics LLC is recalling its Tucker’s branded, raw, frozen pork-bison pet food after Nebraska officials found a sample to be contaminated with Salmonella.

There is concern that consumers may have the recalled pet food in their homes because it is sold frozen and has a long shelf life. The recalled Tucker’s pork-bison pet food…

A Massachusetts meat company is recalling beef, veal and bison processed from July through this week because state and federal officials have linked it to a multi-state outbreak of E. coli O157:H7. Adamf Farm SlaughterhouseSeven people in four states have been confirmed with infections from the outbreak strain of E. coli. Of the five victims interviewed as…

The only thing that is certain about Utah House Bill 211 is that if it becomes law, escaping bison will have to jump higher. bison-thought-bubble But then there’s the question raised by the Salt Lake Tribune asserting that  the role of the state veterinarian is being diminished, removing meat and poultry inspection from that office’s preview.…

America’s bison ranchers are bullish about 2011.

They are coming off their best year ever, with prices in the range of $3.25 per pound for slaughter bulls being about 35 percent higher than a year earlier.

Consumer demand drove 92,000 bison to slaughter in 2010, up about 77 percent over the number processed in 2009.…

Ted Turner’s 4,600 head of Bison on his Flying D Ranch has a Brucellosis problem, according to the Montana State Veterinarian.

The bacteria disease has been absent from domestic herds in Montana for the past two years, but has been confirmed in a 7-year old Bison cow and is suspected in two other animals in …

CRETE–I must admit I have been a bit neglectful in my weekly duties of getting my Publisher’s Platform in on time.  This week I actually did have time to think about doing it between visits to a former Leper Colony (lawyers still welcome), very old Cretan churches and even older Minoan ruins.  The pace here …

That bad buffalo meat, originally recalled July 2, is being distributed nationwide through a blue chip retail network.  And, the recall was reissued July 7 to include 776 additional pounds of bison products that were sent off to a Nevada processor for additional cuts.

The 66,776 pounds of ground and tenderized bison steak products were …

Henderson, Colorado-based Rocky Mountain Natural Meats recalled approximately 66,000 pounds of ground and tenderized steak bison products for potential E. coli O157:H7 contamination late Friday.

The recall was initiated after the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) became aware of an E. coli O157:H7 outbreak associated with the products.  A joint …