Three Suns Ranch is the premier grass fed, hormone free, no antibiotics all natural ranch in Florida
Welcome to Three Suns Ranch. South West Florida’s largest Bison ranch. All of our animals are grass fed and we do not use antibiotics or growth hormones.
We are one of only a few ranches in the country that raise our animals, harvest them, and cut and wrap them under U.S.D.A. inspection.
The meat is then available to be purchased by restaurants and the public. We also offer our own grass fed beef, and Florida wild hog, all U.S.D.A. inspected.
What We Offer
- Bison 48%
- Beef 15%
- Florida Wild Hog 37%
Health Benefits from Our Way of Raising Animals
100% Grass Fed & Finished
“If you eat a typical amount of beef, switching to a lean grass-fed beef will save you 17,733 calories a year. If everything else in your diet remains constant, you’ll lose about six pounds a year”. -Jo Robinson
2-4 Times the Omega 3's
“Meat from grass-fed animals has 2-4 times more omega-3 fatty acids than meat from grain-fed animals.” -Jo Robinson
Frequently Asked Questions
Want to know how we do things at Three Suns Ranch? Take a look at our FAQ’s here. As you will find our meats are not only delicious but far more healthy than conventionally raised meats. Want to see for yourself?… Then be sure to come on by for a tour! Get close to the animals in a safe, exciting, and educational environment.
Who do you sell to?
We sell to the general public and quite a few restaurants. Our on the ranch store that sells to the public is open on Wednesday’s from 2pm to 6pm, and on Saturday’s from10am to 2pm. Some of the restaurants that sell our products are, all of the Gecko’s restaurants in Sarasota including Smack’s Burgers and Shakes, The Sandbar and Poppo’s Taqeria on Anna Maria Island, The BeachHouse on Bradenton Beach, and Mar Vista restaurant on Long Boat Key. The Wyvern Hotel in Punta Gorda. The Lodge in Fort Myers.
Do you sell in Quarters and Halves?
At this time we do not sell quarters and halves of Bison. We do sell quarters and halves of Beef as well as whole wild hogs.
What are the health benefits of 100% grass fed meats?
What are CLA's?
Conjugate linoleic acid (CLA), is another type of “good fat”. Meat and dairy products are the richest known source of CLA. 100% grass-fed Bison meat contains 3-5 times more CLA than grain-fed animals. “CLA may be one of our most potent defenses against cancer. There is new evidence that CLA may reduce cancer risk in humans. In a Finnish study, women who had the highest levels of CLA in their diet had a 60% lower risk of breast cancer than those with the lowest levels. Switching from grain-fed meat and dairy products puts women in the lower risk category.” -Jo Robinson eatwild.com
I brought my family out for a tour of the ranch and while we were there we brought some pork and bison home to cook on the grill. First off, the folks at Three Suns were amazing people! The tour was extremely informative and beautiful. Now the meat was amazing! The pork cooked quick and came out with tons of flavor. The bison (Both Burger and Steaks) were juicy and so good. They have a customer for life for sure!Matt Thompson
The time we spent at the Three Suns Ranch was very enjoyable. All of the ranch hands were very friendly and helpful. It was really cool to be able to get that close to the animals in their own natural habitat. It was very educational. Nicole and I had a wonderful afternoon and even bought some bison steaks and are very excited to grill them. I am sure that younger kids would really think the tour was neat. Thanks to everyone at the ranch.Jim & Nicole Byle
Three Suns Ranch is a wonderful place. Not only can you buy wholesome clean meat, but the tours are fantastic! It is such a unique experience getting so close to the animals and all of the other wildlife. The staff is cheerful, courteous, and full of knowledge.David Dowdell
Visit Three Suns Ranch
Visit us for a tour, shop in our gift shop and pick up fresh cuts of meat ready on site.
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Wild Hog Fewer Calories
Don't Be Shy
Drop us a line anytime, and we’ll get in touch right after we finish tending to the animals.