Now in it’s 14th year, the Durham Ranch Buffalo Stampede is gaining global credibility! Apparently we now have fans as far away as Nicaragua!
Update: Durham Ranch is highlighted with a fantastic interview of ranch manager John Flocchini starting about 1:40 into this video. Did you know the Durham Ranch herd is one of the largest existing herds in the United States and one of the west and the oldest buffalo ranches today? Check out more…
[Gillette News Record] Campbell County will be featured on the TV series “CrossWest Adventures” at 7 p.m. Sept. 2 on the Altitude Channel.
Campbell County Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Mary Silvernell said the bureau reached out to the TV show to advertise the county.
“We spent a lot of money on it,” Silvernell said. “We’re anxious to see the actual video.”
With leftover money in its advertising budget, the Campbell County Convention and Visitors Bureau spent $10,000.
The show will highlight several sites in Campbell County, including the Recreation Center, the airport’s wildlife displays, Bell Nob Golf Course and the Durham Ranch.
Because it’s on the Altitude Channel, a large part of the show will be features on the places people can travel from Campbell County, Silvernell said.
Cristian Bohuslavschi directs and produces “CrossWest Adventures,” which is a 30-episode travel-action-adventure series in its seventh season. He also took footage of Devils Tower National Monument, Keyhole Reservoir and the Big Horn Mountains.
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We had the opportunity recently to give a bison customer a tour of the ranch. This is Executive Chef Wai Phyo Aung and John Fischer, owner of Jordan’s Western Dining. It is always an eye-opening experience to witness the work behind the scenes, learning what it takes to breed, raise and care for the Durham Ranch Bison. There is nothing like knowing exactly where your food is coming from!
The Durham Ranch Managers have left the property! Hard to believe when there is so much to be done this time of year!
John and Gaylynn Flocchini attended the National Restaurant Association’s, NRA Show 2014 in Chicago over the weekend to support the Durham Ranch Brand of Natural and Sustainable Meats. It was great to see them off the farm and folks really enjoyed talking bison with real ranchers. Knowing where your food is coming from, and one step further, knowing who raised your food… it was such a opportunity and experience for many at the show. Thanks for being there John & Gaylynn!