JG Bison is approximately 175 acres near Sheridan, Wyoming. It's our beautiful work in progress.
Open meadows, rolling hills, rocky outcrops, thick trees and shrubs lends to a diverse landscape with a creek running its length. Our ranch is home to all types of wildlife including Mule and Whitetail deer, antelope, coyote, fox, badger, porcupine, skunk, rabbit, squirrel, chipmunk, mice, turtle, frog, lizard, many types of snakes, birds of prey, a wide variety of songbirds, and a whole host of bugs and insect. Elk, black bear, and bobcat are said to travel through as well.
The landscape is comprised of native grasses including needle and thread, green needlegrass, sideoats grama, blue grama, western wheatgrass, sandberg bluegrass, prairie junegrass, to name a few. There is also an abundance of smooth brome, orchard grass, and timothy.
Chokecherry trees and bushes encompass a lot of the ranch along with silver sage brush, Rocky Mountain juniper, cottonwood, Mountain Ash, honey locust, ponderosa pine, and currant bush. The ranch also has many kinds of native wildflowers and other woody bushes and trees.