America's Heritage, America's Future

The Lucky B Bison Ranch is located deep in the heart of Texas near Bryan and College Station. Our land is blessed with lush improved and native grasses, fertile soil, and mild climate–ideal for raising American Plains Bison.

The Lucky B is a member of the National Bison Association, the Western Bison Association, and is a founding member of the Texas Bison Association.


This sketch is by 15-year-old K.G.Begaye, a Navajo student sponsored by Futures for Children. For more information on Futures for Children, which benefits Native American students in the Four Corners, New Mexico area, please call 800-545-6843 or visit their web site at

Member: Texas Bison AssociationMember: National Bison AssociationGO TEXAN-marketing Texas products.  Good people.  Great products.Lucky B Bison Festival Info   Texas A&M Native American students can apply for the Reagan Brown Foundation Excellence Award - a four-year scholarship through the Texas A&M University Foundation.
The Lucky B Bison Festival has completed the endowment for the Native American Scholarship to Texas A&M! Congratulations to our current Scholarship recipient!

Jocelyn Townsend, with parents Lonnie and Tara Townsend

Jocelyn, left, enjoys campus life at Texas A&M University.

Kelvin Singleton, a past recipient of the Reagan Brown scholarship and a proud TAMU grad, visits with Reaganne at the ranch.



  We now offer our covered pavilion for rental for company picnics, parties, BBQ's & wedding receptions.

Here is Reaganne with Dr. Clifford Dorn. Reaganne was delivered by caesarian section from a sick mom in 1999. She was hand raised by Beverly and has become the star of the ranch. She doesn't know she's a buffalo, but she is always a big hit with visitors.