Dear Friends and Partners,
Welcome to Alderspring’s weekend edition newsletter! Thank you for partnering in what we do!
Below you can find our featured deals, Glenn’s weekly story and a suite of pics about work on the ranch this week!
Weekly Story: “Sheep in the Deep”
Weekend flash deal: 25% off ground beef! The best ground beef sale ever!
Plus this week’s midwinter warmup coupon cuts: 15% off wild hunter blend, roast and ground packages, rump, chuck, and eye of round roasts, osso buco, beef bones and New York steaks!
Scroll down for Glenn’s weekly story and updates from the ranch this week!
A QUICK SUMMARY OF THIS WEEK’S FEATURED CUTS:
Remember, only you newsletter readers have access to these discounts!
Next shipping day is January 16th! Get your order in by Sunday at midnight to have it shipped the next day.
FLASH DEAL FOR THIS WEEKEND ONLY! 25% OFF GROUND BEEF!
Glenn, Melanie, Linnaea, Jeremiah and some others from the crew were at a University of Idaho presentation the other day and it is projected that commercial feedlot commodity ground beef will hit $9 per pound in 2023. At 25% off, our ground beef will save you big! Stock up while you have the chance!
And this week (until Sunday the 15th at midnight MST) you can save 15% on the following cuts:
- Save on our roast and ground stock up package – fill your freezer for the remaining winter months.
- Get rump, chuck, and eye of round roasts to warm up your kitchen.
- Both osso buco and beef bones are on sale for your stewing desires.
- New York’s as well for the steak lovers.
- Wild Hunter added to the sale this weekend only.
**This weekend, if you order 25+lbs of ground beef, you can save 25% on 2 or more roasts as well. If you would like to capture this deal along with any of our other coupon cuts, please use the code “WINTERWARMTH” at checkout and ALSO put “25” in the NOTES section of your order for the extra savings on your roasts.
If you have any questions, observations, or comments, just send Kelsey an email at help[at]alderspring[dot]com.
This week on the ranch…
It has been a cold, moisture filled week on the ranch, and this morning the sun came out to warm us all a bit. The frost perseveres, and temperatures continue to challenge. Before we know it, the days of January will pass us by, and we will continue to drive on through the midwinter blues.
Here’s Teddy – or Ted – Jeremiah’s faithful border pup on the feed trailer. For us the chores of winter can seem repetitive, sometimes frigid or even mundane. Regardless the task, the temperature, or time of day, our cow pups don’t turn down the invitation. Maybe a lesson in enthusiasm, grit, and easily offered joy for us all.
That’s Linnaea, completing the never ending collection of baling twine before feeding the beeves. We do this for a few reasons, namely so no twine is left in the field come summer and fall, when it’s time to cut hay. We also tend to do this before taking the feed truck to the pasture so that we can start dropping flakes right away. No one wants to be cutting, wrapping, and collecting strings while being bombarded by hay-ready cattle.
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Quote of the Week
“The major fortunes in America have been made in land.”
—John D. Rockefeller
This week’s story: “Sheep in the Deep”
Jim is our main UPS guy who gets your beef headed toward SLC. We often fill his trailer, and he’s got to negotiate a sometimes blizzarding high altitude pass in some of the most remote country in the U.S. I’ve driven the road he’s navigating many times through the night, and for over 2 hours, I’ll never pass another car despite it being a paved state highway 28. It’s a place where you can see the road 15 miles ahead. Nothing. Just high sage ringed by snow-capped peaks marching endlessly over the horizon.
High, wide and lonesome.
And he makes it. I can’t think of a time when he hasn’t. Jim’s pretty dang gritty tough. I used to fight fire with him years ago in the forests around our country. He comes from a stock that isn’t too common nowadays, brought up on ranches all over the remote Rockies. One day, as we were loading a truck with beef, he related a story about his Grandpa, and I’m going to pass it on once again to all of you. We are in weather that can go amuck in just an afternoon, just as Jim and his cohorts were one day on the way home from church. Read on for a short but interesting Sunday drive across the high plains of Colorado…
Read the story on our blog by clicking below!
And that’s it for this week!
Thanks again for partnering in what we do!
Glenn, Caryl, cowgirls and cowboys at Alderspring.
We’ve been crafting our pastured protein here in Idaho’s Rocky Mountains for nearly 30 years and delivering it direct to our partners for nearly as long. This is wild wellness, delivered from our ranch to your door.
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