Has anyone here have experience actually with raising buffalo, or perhaps beefalo?? Nearby is a long established small herd that is kept on rough pasture. They sure eat down close it seems, and the herd is rotated often between 2 or 3 areas. The herd has mixed bulls, cows, and have seen lovely calves every spring. It's a real joy to see them. I will walk or ride bike on the dirt road and stop to watch and they all pee in unison. Once a calf was on the road side of the fence and it stayed close to the protective cow on the other side. I informed the neighbor, but never did see when he came around to gather up the calf back to it's cow. As social group creatures, I find them fascinating, though I know they are nearly wild, though docile in that area where they've been raised and propagate for years. A secion of that land is about what 40 buffalo pasture. The fence is normal highway cattle fencing with 6' posts having one barb wire strand about a foot above the 5' wire fence. I know they could stampede out of there, which is known. They never have yet.