• Shining Bright E26 | Elin Parker Ganshchow

May 23, 2018

This episode on Shining Bright, we’ll be talking Beef! In Celebration of Beef Month in May, host Marji and co-host Lexi will talk with Elin Parker Ganshchow, a RanchHer and Entrepreneur raising grass fed cattle at the base of the Sangre De Cristo mountains in Colorado. The conversation goes from cattle production to how to make the best roast beef ever.

Meet Elin Parker Granshchow

Life-long ranchHer and entrepreneur, Elin grew up on her parents ranches in Eastern and South Central Colorado where she learned to love the work and the life of a rancher. She obtained a degree in Animal Science/Ag Business at Colorado State U., married and raised four children along with Hereford cattle and hay. Today, happily remarried, she operates Music Meadows Ranch for cattle and guests as well as Sangres Best Grass-Finished Beef.


Read Elin's blog post from the TV show HERE

Read Elin's recipe blog post HERE




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