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Faces of Farming – Bison Ridge Farms

By Tate Wrubleski, Multimedia Specialist

January 2021

This month, as part of our Faces of Farming video series, we are profiling a Saskatchewan bison producer. Located just outside of Prince Albert along the North Saskatchewan River, Becky and Denver Johnson of Bison Ridge Farms manage a herd of wood bison. For Becky and Denver, the goal of their operation is to raise high-quality animals while using the land to its full potential. Transparency and sustainability is at the forefront of everything they do. They believe it’s important for customers to know how their food is produced and where it comes from.

Watch below to hear their story.

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