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May 03, 2017
The WILDROSE BISON CONVENTIONand SHOW & SALE was a Huge SUCCESS ! Thank you to all that Participated.   180 Attendees took part in the 2017 Wildrose Bison Convention held March 17th in Ponoka - it was such a packed house, the BPA has booked a larger… View Post
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2017 WILDROSE CONVENTIONBISON SHOW & SALE AGENDA Friday, March 17th 9:00 AM - Doors Open at Kinsmen Community Centre Visit Trade Booths 10:00 AM - Welcome, BPA Update : Chair, Roger Van 10:20 AM - KEYNOTE SPEAKER : Roland Kroos, Crossroads Ranch … View Post
YES - The WILDROSE BISON CONVENTION - Friday, MARCH 17  IS SOLD OUT !   But you can STILL COME to the WILDROSE BISON SALE - Saturday, MARCH 18 And Bid on the TOP QUALITY BISON in the WILDROSE BISON SALE The Sale starts at Noon at VJV Auction - See you … View Post
The term for Dr. Roy Lewis, BPA Director in the South Region of Alberta, will end in March.  A new Director will be elected at our AGM being heldon March 18 in Ponoka. (The South Region is the region covered by the counties of Clearwater / Ponoka /Flagstaf… View Post
Roger Van Haren, Chair of the Bison Producers of Alberta, was invited to give an interview on live TV - BNN Directions - on August 22nd. The interviewer, in Toronto, asked a variety of questions about our bison and the commodity of bison meat. The followin… View Post
It was the third year for the Elk Island Bison Festival, and it was certainly the best – especially the weather. The Park estimates that over 4,000 people came through the park gates the day of the Festival. The theme was a “Celebration of Conservation, C… View Post
From BPA Director, Doreen Neilley -  The meeting went better than I was expecting. I think the group has a real chance to create some strong, USEFUL, recommendations for the Government on Education, Training and Certification.   We heard a number of pres… View Post
For the first time in its history, Syncrude has shut down all three of its cokers and all remaining employees from its operations north of Fort McMurray. However, that means the company’s herd of 300 wood bison must be left behind. “Syncrude has left as m… View Post

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