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Chalk it up to being loved too much. Jackson, the American Bison, also known as a Buffalo, is going from his home on the range to your little house on the prairie. Conditions are cruel out there in the real world with geysers, the hot sun, layers of snow and freezing rain, so we think he should live out the rest of his years in your kitchen. He is not very easy to come by, so we are considering him a limited edition.

We sanded most of his rough seams and dings, as well as his original Breyer logo. We then covered him with a couple coats of primer, sanded some more, then applied the finishing layers. He looks great as is or you can use chalk (3 pieces are included) to leave notes or create a new pattern every day. Kids will love letting their creativity flow with this unique toy or keep it in the kitchen to post a note to all who pass by. Clean with a damp cloth and you have a blank slate for tomorrow.

Each bison comes with three pieces of chalk and a "chalk it up" tag. The bison is wrapped in bubble wrap awaiting the arrival in it's new forever home. Jackson stands approximately 9 inches tall and is approximately 12 inches long. He will ship with insurance (included in shipping price).

None of our animals have been neglected or abused. They came to be only because their original finishes were too bad to display.

The Original Chalkboard Bison - Jackson


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: primer, chalkboard paint, chalk, tag, breyer buffalo
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 402 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people