The harrowing process of meat production in the United States has been hotly debated for many years. While some Americans choose to strike all meat and dairy products from their diets, others devour it with reckless abandon. There are those though, who enjoy beef, but would rather have the meat free of pesticides and antibiotics before it is packaged for consumption. If you fall into this category, I highly suggest Alderspring Ranch grass fed, organic beef. If you’re a meat lover as I am, their pure quality beef is unparalleled!
Alderspring Ranch is a small, family owned, USDA-inspected farm in Idaho. Having farmed 100% pasture-raised beef for the past 15 years, their facility contains free range livestock, allowing their cattle to graze on alfalfa hay and fresh grass in wide- open fields, as opposed to cooped up spaces in large meat-packing industries. The result is a truly uniquely flavored, highly nutritious beef that is carefully hand-cut and packaged to perfection in-house.
Certified by the Idaho Department of Agriculture, the cattle from Alderspring Ranch are never fed any type of corn, grain, animal, or industrial byproducts. While antibiotics are sometimes used sparingly on the ranch for sick cattle, these animals are always pulled from the Alderspring organic program and sold elsewhere. Antibiotics in animals have been known to cause harsh strains of drug-resistant bacteria in humans, which can cause serious, life-threatening diseases. In fact the Institute of Medicine at the National Academy of Sciences estimates that the annual cost of treating these types of drug-resistant infections sits at $30 billion in the United States alone.
When you order from smaller, more intimate farms like Alderspring, you can be 100% sure you are getting the purest quality beef around. All orders ship out every Monday, and usually arrive at your door within 2 to 3 business days. You have the option to choose from packs of 10 to 40 pounds of flash frozen steak, roast, sausage, or ground beef, delivered straight from their ranch in insulated boxes for absolute freshness. Would you have it any other way?