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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Glenn Elzinga. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Glenn Elzinga, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Glenn Elzinga. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Glenn Elzinga, often where they are interviewed.

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Glenn Elzinga - Alderspring Ranch on Wild Rangeland, Happy Cows, and Saving His Life with Carnivore

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Glenn Elzinga (@alderspring_ranch) is a former Forest Ecologist turned Rancher. Glenn and his wife Caryl run Alderspring Ranch, a small artisanal family ranch that has passionately produced award-winning grassfed organic beef for over 20 years in the Idaho mountains. 

Alderspring Cowboys live with the cattle during the summer months, rotationally grazing them over 46,000 acres of certified organic wild permit rangeland, restoring health to ecologically sensitive areas! Grazing these specific wild grasses creates supremely nutrient dense beef, as well! Alderspring has also built a successful online business, shipping organic grass fed beef direct to customers for the last 15 years! Alderspring is a climate positive and carbon negative operation!

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Jun 30 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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#66 – Raising Organic Grass Fed Beef - Interview with Glenn Elzinga of Alderspring Ranch

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#66 - Raising Organic Grass Fed Beef - Interview with Glenn Elzinga of Alderspring Ranch

Today Colin is joined by Glenn Elzinga of Alderspring Ranch, who raises grass fed, organic beef in the Idaho wilderness. Colin actually buys all of his meat from Alderspring Ranch, but we've brought Glenn on just because of his amazing insights - this episode is not sponsored. Tune in to hear all about sustainable farming of cattle, his techniques, and why YOU should care about sourcing your beef - for the environment and for your health.

Find Glenn on the following links:

Alderspring Ranch Official Website

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Episode 191: Glenn Elzinga

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Welcome to the Human Performance Outliers Podcast with hosts Dr. Shawn Baker and Zach Bitter. For this episode, Glenn Elzinga joined the show. With his family, Glenn owns and operates Alderspring Ranch. Alderspring Ranch is a family ranch devoted to regenerative agriculture by exposing their herd to a variety of wild grasses. 

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Website URLs: https://zachbitter.com , https://shawn-baker.com, http://meatrx.com and https://www.alderspring.com/

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Feb 28 2020 · 1hr 25mins
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57. Glenn Elzinga on Producing the World's Tastiest Piece of Beef

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What goes into creating and running a successful cattle ranch famous for its top notch quality and efficiency? No one can answer this question more comprehensively than Glenn Elzinga... and it just so happens he is our guest on this episode of the Thriving Farmer Podcast! Challis Idaho’s very own Glenn Elzinga is the owner and operator of Alderspring Ranch Organic Grass Fed Beef, a family ranch (don’t you dare call it a farm!) devoted to standing far apart from the corn fed GMO-infused standard and raising only the very best grass fed beef you’ve ever tasted. We simply couldn’t resist making this episode significantly longer than our typical runtime because Glenn has so much invaluable information to share with us about how to optimally run a premium cattle ranch. Tune in to soak up 28 years of knowledge and experience! You’ll hear: How Glenn got started in ranching 6:35

Why Glenn is glad God didn’t answer his prayers 15:21

What a typical day on Alderspring Ranch looks like 19:31

What if you have wolves around your ranch? 29:17

Why many see the need to bring back the ancient tradition of living with your animals 37:52

How Glenn is doing his part in the fight against climate change 46:16

Why most ranchers embrace the idea of going organic, but don’t think to do it themselves 1.01:15

What are the specifics of Alderspring’s land and how does Glenn manage his cattle? 1.04:34

Why Glenn feeds his cattle such a diverse array of plants 1.23:15

What Glenn would change in his systems given the chance to go back in time 1.31:54

What is the labor arrangement like at Alderspring Ranch? 1.43:01

How Alderspring Ranch goes about marketing, telling their story and building trustful, mutually auspicious relationships 1.46:16

How does the Crowd Cow business model affect small farms/ranches? 2.01:57

What are the biggest mistakes that Glenn sees new farmers/ranchers making? 2.09:03

What is Glenn’s favorite farming tool? 2.16:42

How Alderspring gets use out of drones 2.20:44

Where you can find out more about Glenn Elzinga and Alderspring Ranch 2.25:31

About the guest: Glenn Elzinga, with his wife and business partner Caryl started Alderspring Ranch near Salmon, Idaho, in 1992, with the purchase of 147 acres and 7 cows. They began direct marketing grass fed and finished beef in 1993 with 2 head. From these humble beginnings Alderspring Ranch has grown to a 7 figure direct marketing enterprise and a 1700 acre ranch with a 46,000 acre wild rangeland permit. The entire operation is certified organic, including the 46,000 acres of permit land. Glenn and Caryl run the ranch with their 7 daughters, a stellar son-in-law, and some exceptional employees. The ranch markets 100% of its production, 300-400 head a year, through an internet storefront at Alderspring.com and natural food stores. Follow them here: https://www.alderspring.com/ https://www.instagram.com/alderspring_ranch/ https://www.facebook.com/alderspring/

Feb 18 2020 · 2hr 30mins

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Ep. 119 - Glenn Elzinga - The Benefits of "Inherding"

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Glenn Elzinga of Alderspring Ranch in May, ID joined me to discuss his pioneering work with what he calls "inherding." They have been experiencing multi-faceted benefits as a result this paradigm challenging practice.Amazon Wishlist:Working Cows Podcast
Dec 23 2019 ·
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Regenerative Ranching | Glenn Elzinga - Alderspring Ranch

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Our guest today is Glenn Elzinga, from Alderspring Ranch in May Idaho. Together, we’ll be discussing how Glenn came to agriculture from a background in Forest Ecology, how they’ve applied herding techniques to prevent riparian damage, how to direct market without a large local population, and much more.

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https://intellectualagrarian.com/alderspring

Dec 16 2019 · 58mins
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Episode 44: Hear How Rancher Glenn Elzinga Cured His Stomach Problems By Raising His Own Food On His Ranch

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Get ready for the wild west story of Glenn Elzinga! Glenn reveals how he went from feeling like near death to a new person by changing what he ate. This is proof that what you eat really does matter. Glenn and his family own and operate the Alderspring Ranch which raises Grass Fed Organic Beef (https://www.alderspring.com/). This is a great health journey that everyone can benefit from. Don't miss the Revealing Healing of Glenn Elzinga!

Sep 23 2019 · 56mins
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Glenn Elzinga: Alderspring Ranch

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42 Minutes 259: Glenn Elzinga - Alderspring Ranch - 01.31.2017 Today the program bends an ear to hear a tale about ranching in the central Idaho mountains by a real cowboy, Glenn Elzinga. Topics Include: Salmon, Idaho, Winter, Sub-Zero, Azure Skies, Black Angus, March Of The Penguins, Snowfall, ICSA, Cowboys, Old-Timers, Hay, Fire Season, Habitat Enhancement, Carnivore, Forestry, Treehugger, Rangelands, Wolf Reintroduction, Bluegrass, C.M. Russell, No Fences, Volcanic Beef. http://www.alderspring.com
Feb 07 2017 ·
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#64 Grass Fed Beef from the Mountains of Idaho, with Glenn Elzinga from Alderspring Ranch

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Alderspring Ranch produces some of the best tasting and highest quality grass fed beef in North America. Glenn Elzinga, expert organic rancher and owner of Alderspring Ranch, shares what goes into creating Bulletproof approved beef and why it’. For over 20 years Glenn and Caryl Elzinga have worked hard and stayed true to the land and the cattle that roam on it. It’s a family ranch with a ton of heart and in this episode you will hear Glenn and I really geek out about beef. You will learn about the roots of Alderspring, why it’s so important not to micro-manage roaming cattle, how eating grass fed beef makes you more Bulletproof, and a lot more!

Alderspring Ranch is a real place, a family ranch. Glenn and Caryl Elzinga have grown grass fed and finished beef in Idaho’s Rocky Mountains for over 20 years. It is in the wild and pristine setting of Idaho’s high Pahsimeroi Valley that they found the ideal place to raise their certified organic Angus beef.  In addition, Glenn’s background in forest ecology and Caryl’s as a PhD in plant ecology specifically equipped them to manage their landscape-level ranch comprised of over 70 square miles of high elevation wildlands- one of the largest certified organic ranches in the U.S They are experts at producing top quality cuts of beef for the discerning public. They are the opposite of a corporate outfit or a front through which to funnel odd cattle. Their passion is to grow the best beef you’ve ever had, and do it in a way that benefits all parts of an agricultural system, including the consumer, the land, the community, the cattle, and family.
Oct 08 2013 · 58mins
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#42: Alderspring's Glenn Elzinga, Grass-Fed Beef and a Bulletproof Protein

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With training in forestry and forest ecology, Glenn Elzinga began his forestry career in Maine. In the mid 1980s, he moved to Salmon, Idaho where he worked as District Forester for the Salmon BLM for over a decade.
As his family began to grow, he realized he wanted a better way to raise kids than leaving them for work all day. So began his current career in ranching. After ranching for 17 years, Glenn's cattle herd has grown from 7 head to over 600. He keeps his hand in forestry by working with his wife, Caryl, on consulting projects and by horse-logging occasionally with his two Belgian mares, Pet and Pat. He hopes to train his new draft Suffolk geldings, Red and Snap, to log as well.
May 02 2013 · 50mins