Glenn Elzinga: Grass-Fed Beef & Bulletproof Protein

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Glenn standing in a field with cows in the background

With training in forestry and forest ecology, Glenn 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.

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What We Cover

  •   2:00 – Tell us about Alderspring, the amount of cattle, and what makes Alderspring’s “Bulletproof” meat
  •   8:45 – Are cows are bad for soil and is grass-fed beef not sustainable?
  • 14:10 – Glenn’s personal experience in relation to Desertification talk at TED
  • 16:30 – The divide between Vegan/Vegetarian and Grass-fed Meat (For the Health of the Planet)
  • 19:00 – Do you (Glenn) ever eat feedlot meat?
  • 22:10 – How America’s (producer and consumer) beef standard has plummeted since the 1950s
  • 24:30 – Dave compares filet mignon to a grass-fed steak
  • 26:30 – What’s up with Alderspring’s yellow fat? (When everyone else’s is white)
  • 31:40 – Why Glenn’s sockeye salmon is the best “bang for your buck”
  • 37:40 – Why the balance of fish and grass-fed beef is best for performance
  • 39:00 – The sustainability of our food and the land we process it on
  • 41:20 – What is the best way to cook a ribeye?
  • 45:30 – Top Three High Performance Recommendations

Links From The Show

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Alderspring’s Beef

Desertification TED Talk

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