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!
**This Monday, December 19th is our LAST shipping day of 2022. Get your orders in by Sunday at midnight to receive by Christmas! Next shipping day will be January 9th.
Weekly Story: “A Christmas Card from Zeke LaRue”
Biggest savings of the year: 15% off sitewide!
Get 15% off our entire webstore until Sunday at midnight.
Scroll down for Glenn’s weekly story and updates from the ranch this week!
- Our LAST shipping day of the year is this coming Monday, December 19th. You MUST place your order by Sunday the 18th at midnight to receive your order before Christmas.
- Due to holiday volume, 2nd day air will be required this week with the exception of states adjacent to Idaho.
- Our first shipping day of the new year will be January 9th. Unfortunately UPS shipping rates will increase January 1st, meaning our shipping costs will be going up as well.
A QUICK SUMMARY OF THIS WEEK’S FEATURED CUTS:
Remember, only you newsletter readers have access to these discounts!
Next shipping day is December 19th! Get your order in by Sunday at midnight to have it shipped the next day.
GET 15% OFF THE ENTIRE WEBSTORE! This weekend only.
This is a great (and rare) opportunity to save an extra 15% on already discounted items throughout our webstore – especially bulk beef and bundle options! Click the button below for the best ways to save this weekend.
All of our restocks from Tuesday are still good! Snag a smoked ham for your holiday table, stock up on sockeye, or look forward to spring with our premade burger patties.
If you have any questions, observations, or comments, just send Kelsey an email at help[at]alderspring[dot]com.
Give the Gift of Alderspring this Christmas!
Want to send your friends or family members a box of Alderspring beef this Christmas?
First, note that our LAST shipping day before Christmas is December 19th! You MUST place your gift order by the 18th at midnight to get it delivered before Christmas!
To purchase a gift order with a Christmas card: Click “cards” on the button below to visit our card page, select your card, and add a personalized message before adding to cart. Pick out your meats and check out like you normally would, adding your recipient’s address as the shipping address.
To purchase an email gift certificate: Click the button below to get your email gift certificate! Just enter your email at checkout, and the gift certificate will be sent to your inbox. Then just forward the message on to your recipient when you’d like them to receive it! You can also print the gift certificate and personally give it to your recipient.
This week on the ranch…
That’s Wesley, range rider turned ranch hand, pitching some green to about a dozen beeves getting ready to head to their final destination and ultimately, your table. You see even though the seasons change, many things remain the same. We still continue the work of summer. And though the means by which it’s distributed changes, the source of that green nutrition is the same. The soil rests now, covered in a layer of white, but it reappear in the spring and from it green will continue to grow.
That’s Jeremiah’s cow pup Ted and not-so-cow lab, Pal. Winter is the off-season for the cow dogs around here, but they are still eager to tag along every time we leave the house. For the most part they are along for the ride, though from time to time they prove over-eager to push some beeves and it’s all we can do to keep them on the flat bed.
The second week of feeding hay comes to a close, and the beeves are well adapted to the winter routine. We’ve had some beautiful nights this week, and low temperatures along with them. Despite the frost-filled mornings, temperatures reach the high twenties by afternoon, and the sun offers enough warmth to thaw the day.
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Quote of the Week
“Good food and a warm kitchen are what make a house a home.”
This week’s story: “A Christmas Card from Zeke LaRue”
I’m just rolling into town right now on a frosty, yet clear December day. One of the things I need to do Is to pick up a Christmas tree tag from the local Forest Service office.
Every year we head up into the hills and brave sometimes deep snow to go on the hunt of the elusive perfect Christmas tree in our native Douglas-fir and lodgepole forests that surround the valley. Although sometimes the weather doesn’t fully cooperate, it’s always a beautiful day that we enjoy together as a family.
I think one of the nicest parts of the journey is reflecting together on past years of our Christmas tree quest, and today, I’m even remembering acquisition of the tag.
And I remembered an old friend by the name of Zeke LaRue. It’s a sort of early Christmas card from the ranch that he delivers in this tome I wrote several Christmases past.
Happy Trails to you all!
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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