I often get asked how beef is raised here in the United States.
This is a valid question and usually goes hand-in-hand with "What is the difference between Grass fed and Conventional beef?"
These are great questions and I often don't have a large chalk board to lay it all out, so I wave my hands furiously and try my best to explain how that pound of ground made it into your refrigerator last week...
It usually doesn't end well, with my well meaning, inquisitive conversationalist leaving dumbfounded, to no fault of their own, by that Crunchy, Hippy, Goofy Rancher guy.
Anyway, I finally used my hand-cranked, 1997 model HP to connect to that new-fangled Internet thing and put my thoughts into an Infograph.
Hope this helps... gotta go chase pigs.
I’d like to begin by thanking our entire group of loyal customers (some of you have been with us since the very beginning) for supporting us through thick and thin – so, on behalf of my family and our valued employees, a big “Thank You” for supporting sustainable and environmentally friendly Ranching.
As many of you know, we here at #SonRiseRanchSanDiego are at a critical point in our business. We have taken on Goliath in the modern world. Direct marketing (from the producer straight to the consumer) is almost unheard of today, as many companies rely on a massive network of distributors, wholesalers and retailers. We don’t – we do all of this ourselves.
Our Goal at SonRise is simple... bring you the very best tasting #GrassFedBeefSanDiego, #GrassFedLambSanDiego, #FreeRangePorkSanDiego, #FreeRangeChickenSanDiego, and do so in a manner that is truly honoring to the environment and the animals it supports.
By supporting our Ranch, you are literally #FreeRangePorkSanDiego and sending a distinct message to the industrial farming complex. And believe me, they are starting to notice! Your voice is being heard, and things are changing.
Whether you are a #FoodieSanDeigo, #EnvironmentalistSanDiego, or just plain love a good grass-fed steak, we hope you will continue to be delighted with our products.
That being said, we are growing, but we need more support. We believe that the younger generation is the key, and well read, critical thinking young minds are going to bring this movement of #FoodFreedomSanDiego home! They will most likely do so via social networking.
So, here is how you can help. First, please follow us on Twitter. Secondly, you may have noticed my intentional overuse of the hashtag # in this post. You can help us reach the next generation of real food seekers by re-tweeting as much as you can the tags we’ve used here. Then go to our webstore and use the coupon code “hashtag” at checkout for a package of our awesome ground beef for just $1 (don’t forget to add at least one package to your cart).
Any little bit helps. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat…they all support the hashtag #. Just use my exact word structure, preceded by the # symbol, and tag away!