White Pine Bison is a veteran-owned bison farm located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, within the Whitewater Region of Ontario. We raise all-natural 100% grass-fed bison, without the use of hormones or antibiotics. We strive to use sustainable and all-natural farming practices to ensure we maintain the health of our bison herd and to help improve the environment within and around our growing farm. We are proud to provide our local communities with all-natural 100% grass-fed bison meat products.
WHERE TO FIND OUR PRODUCTS
We believe in strong business relationships and partnerships that allow us to grow and thrive together. We are delighted our all-natural bison meat products may be found at restaurants, food trucks, online stores, and retail locations throughout the Ottawa Valley.
NEWS ARTICLES, FEATURES, & PODCASTS
We are very proud to have been featured in news articles, business features, and podcasts.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY DONATING TO A GREAT CAUSE!
We are proud to support some amazing causes and organizations as a way to give back to our locals and our military community. Now more than ever, we feel we need to stick together and help those who need more than ourselves. Please help us help others!
Support our Troops
Our farmer medically retired from the military in February 2021. This organization is near and dear to his heart. He can no longer work alongside his peers, so he shows his continued support by raising money for this cause.
Established in 2007, Support our Troops meets the unique needs and special challenges faced by members of the Canadian Armed Forces community as a result of military service. It operates within Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services.
Support our Troops is the official charitable cause of the Canadian Armed Forces.
HELLPing Hannah get NICU Webcams
The coronavirus has had an impact on our daily lives. Now more than ever, we are finding ways to help those in need. This military family could use your help!
Their newborn daughter was at the Kingston Health Sciences Centre Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for 110 days. Due to the coronavirus regulations, they could only see her for 6 hours a day. Although Hannah is now home with her family, they are still raising money to install webcams into each NICU isolette so parents can see their babies at all times. This fundraiser helps every family with children in KHSC's NICU.
As a former military member, supporting this wonderful organization is another way our farmer is giving back to our military community.
Our military members put their lives on the line every single day to protect our country. It's time to give back to those who need it most.
Honour the fallen, Help the living. Wounded Warriors Canada is a national mental health service provider utilizing clinical best practices and evidence-based care to create an environment of compassion, resiliency, and hope for Canada's veterans, first responders, and their families.