In this June 2, 2014 photo, White buffalo graze in the fields in Leicester, N.C. The Carolina Bison now has new animals in his herd: camels and white buffalo. Owner Frank King plans on milking the camels to sell the milk, stating they have great health benefits. (AP Photo/The Asheville Citizen-Times, Erin Brethauer)  NO SALES
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Erin Brethauer

In this June 2, 2014 photo, White buffalo graze in the fields in Leicester, N.C. The Carolina Bison now has new animals in his herd: camels and white buffalo. Owner Frank King plans on milking the camels to sell the milk, stating they have great health benefits. (AP Photo/The Asheville Citizen-Times, Erin Brethauer) NO SALES

Farm owner looks for super food in camels, bison

The Associated Press

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ASHEVILLE – Dr. Frank King is looking for the next super food on his farm north of Asheville. Against the backdrop of the Newfound Mountains, his herd of 300 majestic bison graze the rolling pastures – raised for their leaner, healthier meat.

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