Buffalo Day, an event that happens twice a year, is an extremely important day for both us and the animals. It is a day in which we assess the animals, get their weights, tag this years calves, and give the animals any help they may require before releasing them back out on pasture to roam. Buffalo Day is a free event starting around 8am and lasting until the last animal makes its way down our chutes to be assessed, typically around 4pm. The ending time IS NOT A SET TIME and can end earlier as well as later! This is completely dependant on the animals and how smoothly the day goes.