For 25 years, we have been honing our craft in creating the very best grass-fed beef you could buy. Adding an organic certification simply recognized what we had already been doing, bringing the healthiest, best-tasting beef to our partners all across the country. Alderspring beef is:
- 100% grass fed and finished. No feedlots or grain, ever.
- Certified organic
- Raised on one family ranch (no middleman or corporation)
- Raised with complete transparency (ask us anything, anytime).
- Free of hormones, antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides, or chemicals, ever
- Raised without GMOs, ever
So what makes Alderspring different from other grass fed, certified organic beef purveyors? Besides the fact that we are a small family ranch and not a big corporation and that every single one of our cuts is completely traceable, we produce wild grass fed beef like you won’t find it anywhere in the world.
Every summer, we take our cattle into the wild mountains of Idaho and graze them on our unfenced wild ranges. Using crews of riders on horseback, we monitor the cattle and prevent overgrazing or damage to endangered species habitats. At the same time, the human presence of our riders eliminates all interactions with wolves and enables us to coexist with them on our wild range. We literally live with our cattle 24/7 over 72 square miles of wild mountains.
For you, this means incomparable wild protein. Because a cow can select from over three hundred wild native plant species in a single day, the resulting beef is higher in both flavor complexity and nutritional benefits. To learn more about our summer grazing journey against the backdrop of Idaho’s wild mountains, read here.
Here at Alderspring, we believe we are stewards of our land and your health. We are responsible and accountable to you to produce the best, purest protein we can. So, please, ask any questions you want. We want to get to know you. And if you want to learn more about us, you can subscribe below to our newsletter to hear stories from the ranch (and get weekly discounts on our beef).