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 Week’s Story: “On Those Happy Trails”
Weekend flash deal: 15% off lean ribeyes and extra lean ground round.
Plus this week’s coupon cuts: 15% off brisket, ground beef bundle, New York Strips, and skirt steak.
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 February 13th! Get your order in by Sunday at midnight to have it shipped the next day.
FLASH DEAL FOR THIS WEEKEND ONLY! 15% off leaner ribeyes and extra lean ground round.
And this week (until Sunday the 12th at midnight MST) you can save 15% on the following cuts:
- Brisket Roast for these cold February days.
- Stock up with our ground beef bundle. Save extra on an already great deal!
- New York Strips!
- The commonly overlooked skirt steak.
We also put up some new sixteenths this week. Find them by clicking the button below.
If you have any questions, observations, or comments, just send Kelsey an email at help[at]alderspring[dot]com.
This week on the ranch…
Here you can see we’re still feeding in the leftover stockpile grass over at the home ranch to maximize usage. When we feed right on top of stockpile they eat it too and knock down the rest, which feeds the soil. None of it goes to waste.
Josh snapped this photo over at the home ranch. It portrays the stockpile usage that goes on when we feed the cattle over top of it. As you can see, we’ve got quite a bit left to feed through.
Jed, one of the crew over at the ranch in the Lemhi, has been building a lot of jack fence as part of the “from-the-ground-up” livestock infrastructure project. He snapped this photo while working on some jacks and perfecting his chain saw art.
Glenn and a few of the crew drove to Billings last week for a soil health conference. The conference addressed using regenerative crop techniques to recover soils and grasslands while creating profitable and resilient family farm and ranch enterprises. Glenn spoke on tools and techniques in the regenerative grazer’s toolbox and how ranchers could double their productivity and profitability when they invest in healthy soils.
Quote of the Week
“Wilderness is not a luxury but necessity of the human spirit.”
This week’s story: “On Those Happy Trails”
Trails. We’ve all walked them. They’re certainly different from roads. On a trail, with each footfall, we discover an intimacy with the landscape. We’re seeing, feeling, heading, and smelling.
And for many of us, we even discover healing. It’s a simple act, this walking in nature. Our ancestors lived in and near trails.
And they weren’t always happy. Some were incredibly sad, like the Trail of Tears. But when I say Happy Trails, I mean it as a wish for your blessing and wellness.
Read on to learn of some Trails of discovery and sustenance in our neck of the woods. And how that in even finding them, we enjoy reflection on a window to the past.
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.