• Pasture raised bison

    Animal Welfare Approved and Certified Grassfed by AGW
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  • 100% Grassfed

    Tasty, lean and nutritious bison meat
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  • Family-Owned

    Since 1972
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  • Educational Tours

    See bison up close
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  • Bison Skulls

    Authentic and original



We are proud to be a leader among bison farms in Canada by becoming Animal Welfare Approved and Certified Grassfed by AGW. We are committed to the well-being of bison and take pride in being good stewards of our land.

100% Grassfed meat

Our bison meat is exclusively grassfed and grass finished on our farm in Earlton, Ontario. Taste the difference by visiting a butcher shop near you!



Our family has ranched bison in Northeastern Ontario for more than 45 years. We’re proud to be among the oldest in Canada, and the largest in Eastern Canada.


From one generation to the next, we’re passionate about what we do. Pierre and Charles Bélanger love to talk bison!

Bison du Nord staff pose for a photo during a beer and food festival

We are proud to support the local food scene and to help further the bison industry with our fellow Canadian producers.

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Get to see bison up close and learn about this impressive animal! Our one-hour tours feature a tractor-towed wagon ride through the pastures where our herd of 300 bison grazes year-round.

Deux jeunes filles regardent les bisons dans les champs, à partir d'un wagon

See bison in their natural environment


Walk through our extensive corral facilities

baby bison

Spot newborn bison calves


Earlton Bison Stew

Cold weather calls for this heart warming stew (and a dash of vodka!). It also doubles as a broth recipe.

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Bison Tartare, Fresh Salad and Fries Trio

Enjoy this dish with a beer from your favourite local artisanal brewery.

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Temiskaming Bison and Cheddar Meat Pie

Debbie Demers of Earlton, Ont., uses ingredients from her area to make this fabulous rendition of meat pie. She uses great cheddar cheese from Thornloe Cheese; local bison from Bison du Nord and pungent garlic scapes preserved in oil. I love it with a hearty northern beer.

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