Farm & Woodland Gardens
Bison & Native American
Display / Museum Room
© 2000-2017 Bison Farm
We are open on
Friday, Saturday & Sunday plus Bank Hoidays
From 1st April to the end of September and on Bank Holidays
Wilderness Camp 18-22nd August
Download the 2016 Bison Farm brochure in PDF format by clicking on the image above.
The British Bison Association
2017 Season begins Saturday 1st April 2017
See Bison, Elk, Raccoons & Guanacos at Bush Farm Bison Centre,'an attractive south Wiltshire farm with lakes and 30 acres of old oak woodlands'
Come and enjoy a day out at Bush Farm and see many other animals including elk, raccoons, guanaco, rhea and chipmunks as well of course as the bison. Then wander around 30 acres of old oak woodlands with picnic & play areas. There is a display of Native American art and artefacts together with information of the history of bison. Refreshments & light meals are available and in the shop where you can buy bison or elk meat.
09 May 2010 - Bison Farm appeared on BBC One programme Countryfile
A crew from the BBC’s Countryfile programme visited the Bison Centre last week. Presenter Matt Baker interviewed owner Colin Seaford and helped to give the bison copper injections. Lord Seaford then cooked some bison burgers for the crew to try.
View from 43.30 mins to see the Bison Centre clip.
(image taken from BBC website)
Bush Farm is a great venue for Educational Tours, Children’s Parties & Group Visits.
Home produced and naturally reared meat for sale at Farm Shop and by Mail Order.
Bison Nature's Best Is Back
Bison once roamed the plains of North America in numbers so great the early explorers could not count them. They were variously described as "numbers-numberless," "the country was one robe," and "the plains were black and appeared as if in motion." Bison have been called the most important wild animals in the development of North America. The centre of life for the Plains Indians, providing them with food, clothing, shelter and much of their culture. Bison also sustained the lives of the explorers and settlers going west.
By the late 1800's, Bison were dangerously close to extinction. Through the efforts of early conservationists and ranchers who knew the value of Bison, they are no longer an endangered species and are thriving across North America. Today more than 600,000 bison are being raised in public and private herds making it possible to enjoy the many advantages of this truly unique alternative red meat souce. Bison .... Nature's Best is Back!
|To Gallery and Shop||no charge|
|To Farmyard and Woodland Walks||£8|
|Children under 4||free|