Lost Creek Ranch is located approximately five minutes southeast of Lac la Biche.

Our herd originated in Elk Island, near Goodfish Lake.

Our ranch provides fresh running water, wild plants and partial bush, which allow the buffalo to graze naturally with access to shade and windbreak.

The Lac La Biche Region is situated in an ecological area described as central mixed wood boreal forest. It's characterized by level/rolling terrain, with an abundance of water bodies and large wetlands.

The bedrock is deeply buried beneath glacial deposits. The vegetation consists primarily of aspen and poplar trees with some white spruce, and in the lowlands, tamarack and black spruce. It is an ideal area to raise buffalo as it was their natural habitat before the early 1900’s, when the buffalo population fell to dangerously low levels.

Lost Creek Ranch is proud to be part of a movement to reintroduce buffalo to their original grazing grounds, and raising superior tasting buffalo to please your palate.

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