If you care about steak and if you care about what you put into your body, it stands to reason that you should care about what the cow you’re eating was putting into its body, too.
At Alderspring, a family-owned cattle ranch that’s been purveying some of the finest beef in the country for over 20 years, the cows graze on a steady diet of various grasses and legumes like clover and sainfoin and well, that’s it. The pasture is not sprayed with insecticides, pesticides or any other chemicals. The animals aren’t fed any genetically-modified corn products, growth hormones or antibiotics. Indeed the whole ranch—some 1700 acres of near-virgin high mountain pasture, plus an additional 46,000 acres of wild range— is 100% certified organic by the Idaho Department of Agriculture.
This dedication to producing a truly “wild protein”.