The families of US Wellness were spared on the evening of June 22 when the massive wall cloud pictured did not deliver a major tornado that the picture implies. Several small twisters were spawned, but property losses could have been much worse. June 2015 will be one to remember for rainfall totals and storms.
Bad weather aside, this is the last week to stock up for the 4th of July. Our order cut off will be the 1st of July at 10:00 AM CST.
The ribeye primal
is your best value for 4th of July ribeye steaks. You can slice your steaks to any thickness desired. The ribeye primal
requires little trimming and will slice up in a minute or two. The 4th of July and plain franks
are a win win for kids on the grass-fed beef wagon. Slice up US Wellness summer sausage
for a great snack anywhere in the USA.
US Wellness is pleased to announce the official book release for Russ Crandall's second cookbook, Paleo Takeout
. US Wellness is giving away one cookbook plus a $150 gift certificate for the blog contest winner. This contest ends at midnight Sunday. Please click here
and scroll to the bottom of the blog post
to enter the contest.
Now for an educational note ........ the 2015 Grassfed Exchange Conference
will be held in Mt. Pleasant, MI September 16 through September 18. The 16th will be dedicated to farm tours
and the 17th and 18th will unveil an impressive group of speakers
will explore the gamut from stacking enterprises, maximizing solar collection, grass & soil health, grazing strategies and the Dorito effect of food and flavor. The theme is "Generations of Opportunity. Sun and Water, Sons and Daughters."
for the 6th annual Grassfed Exchange. Consumers are being encouraged to attend to see first hand how smart foods are being produced, and how the soil is being healed at the same time. Win win for all involved. Register
before July 31st and save $20.
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Stormy June regards,