The American Dream
We are a young family on a mission. Starting with the remnants of a once successful Missouri homestead, we are honored to bring life back to this unique farm. New fence is underway, pastures are being healed, and barns are being repaired. Despite our preservation of the great heritage we have stumbled upon, we have added our own passion. The passion of the American bison.
We believe in responsibly raising the food for our surrounding communities. We believe God has granted us the opportunity to care for His creation, therefore, we will do everything possible to preserve the beauty of life and land as we provide substance for our fellow beings.
Warm Season Prairie
As the seasons forge on, we can finally see the fruits of our labor. What was once 28 acres of soybeans, is now a thriving Missouri native prairie once again. The seed heads show us the progress we have made. Evidence of Eastern Gamagrass, Big Bluestem, Little Bluestem, Indaingrass, Sideoats Grama, Blue Grama, Switchgrass, Virginian Wild Rye, and Canadian Wildrye. A diverse culture of the original Missouri forages, which will proudly sustain the bison just as it would have years before.
PARTAKE IN DELICIOUSNESS
Not everything you do has to be the latest and greatest. Rewind time and enjoy a delicious cut of bison. If you’re brave enough, cook over a wood fire and find what you have been missing in your life.
The name Cheha originates from the native language of the Otoe-Missouria tribes who originally inhabited the land of northern Missouri and surrounding states. Cheha in their language meant “buffalo hide.” The American Bison were an irreplaceable asset to their existence.