Saturday, September 4, 2010

Let Them Eat Grass

A couple of months ago, I was introduced to Broadview Ranch, a multi-generational family owned and operated business that is dedicated to sustainable farming, ethical animal husbandry and fine eating. Since we're living in a green house, I thought this might be a good option to "green" my diet habits a bit. Broadview's tagline is "let them eat grass," referring to their grass-fed beef Their current offerings include beef, pork and eggs.

I was impressed with the quality of the meats and eggs that I bought earlier this summer, and plan to place another order for pick up in September. I thought that some of you might want to try out Broadview Ranch's sustainable food products as well. You can place your order and pick up your products at their ranch. Or, once per month they deliver to specific locations in the Washington, DC area. Order by September 23rd for this month's delivery in DC.

Before you place your order, complete a short referral form and note that you were referred by Mike Nichols to get a first-time customer gift including:
  • 1 package ground beef
  • 1 package pork sausage
  • 1 dozen eggs
I hope you enjoy their products as much as we have.

1 comment:

  1. Okay, I know this is really bad, but I always chuckle a little when I see or hear the term "animal husbandry." So many potential meanings, so many wrong mental images. Yes, I'm still a pervert.

    Is this what the right-wingers fear is the next thing down the slippery slope if we allow gay marriage?