When you are a part of an extraordinary industry - it becomes your life. And for us, it's important that we share this life.
The Benjamin Lee Bison land has been in the family for several decades and has continued to grow not only by acreage but by herd size. Located on historic Route 66 in Western Oklahoma, history surrounds our small town of Sayre. Route 66 was built in the early 1900s as a route for those migrating West but running through the heart of Sayre helped grow the primarily oil community through business and trade. With close to 2,000 acres of pasture and farmland, as well as approximately 800 head of bison, Benjamin Lee Bison stands as one of the largest Bison ranches in the state of Oklahoma.
In order to run, maintain and grow our operations, we happily employee both family and friends as well as those interested in the bison business. We are family run and family focused for this is not only our well-being but it is our future. We are graduating into the meat market as a producer after primarily focusing on the calf/cow operation for the past several years. With our growth into providing meat to both local and state markets, we are excited to expand our reach into your family and homes alike.
Benjamin Lee Bison is a family owned and operated sustainable ranch that specializes in the raising of American Bison while focusing on 3 core values: social responsibility, transparency and quality. These values ensure that our animals and meat are 100% natural, pasture raised, hormone-free and humanely raised.
Strategically located in Sayre, Oklahoma, where Historic Route 66 cuts through the heart of the Great Plains, our ranch provides delicious, naturally flavorful, heritage breed meat that is a favorite among chefs, foodies, and home cooks.
Get to know the ranchers behind the bison
MEET THE FAMILY
Austin Lee Puckett
“You want meat that you don’t have to feel bad about, that was really cared for while it was living. We put love into what we’re doing and we’re producing something we think is a better alternative to faceless factory farming.”
Kyle Benjamin Reynolds
“We also want to foster additional relationships with Native American tribes.” Currently, BLB’s processing partner is the Quapaw Nation Food Authority. “There’s so much crossover and connection between what we’re doing and what the tribal nations as a whole are doing to promote their own heritage and bring back some of their original values and trade.”
“The bison are her focus, 'if it wasn't for the bison, we wouldn't be in this business. There are a lot of meat businesses and ranches out there, it is our bison and how we treat them that makes us special.'"