Easter Sunday is almost here (April 4th), and there’s no time like the present to start prepping your holiday menu for friends and family. Our team at Good Ranchers is offering a free Easter ham with each of our meat subscription boxes, no code needed, and each box is delivered straight to your doorstep with complimentary shipping via FedEx. For each meat subscription box you order online, you’ll receive a free Berkshire Honey Boneless Ham, perfect to serve for a traditional and delicious Easter dinner. Just order meat online and you’ll receive a free Easter ham with your order, while supplies last.
    • Always vegetarian fed
    • Born and raised in the U.S.A.
    • Certified Heritage Breed
    • Pork raised without antibiotics, growth promotants, hormones, or animal by-products
    • Approximately 5lbs
Enjoy a traditional Easter dinner with this free ham, and don’t forget the sides and spend some time brushing up on a few hosting tips in time for Easter Sunday. And if you’re not hosting Easter dinner, it’s good etiquette to ask if you can bring something or to bring a dessert or bottle of wine. The host/hostess will always enjoy a thoughtful gift. Why Do Most People Eat Ham For Easter?

Beautiful Easter Ham Table Setup

“There's a reason you probably eat ham for Easter dinner. Historically, most early Easter celebrants would have eaten lamb for this special occasion as the holiday has its roots in Jewish Passover. Most American Easter dinners now feature ham, however, because of the timing of the holiday. Years ago, hams cured over the winter months would have been ready to serve in the early spring.” – via Good Housekeeping. Click the link to learn 20 other fun facts about the Easter holiday and symbolism like how Easter clothes used to be considered good luck. Fun Easter Stats and Facts - 66% of parents will make Easter baskets for their kids - 92% of Easter baskets will include chocolate or candy - $2.5B will be spent on candy - $5.7B will be spent on food (that’s why our free Easter ham promotion is such a great deal) - $3.3B will be spent on Easter clothes - 91M chocolate bunnies are sold in the U.S. each year for Easter - 16B jellybeans will be consumed for Easter (that’s enough to circle the globe 3 times) - 81% of parents steal candy from their kids’ stash - 4% of Americans eat the chocolate bunnies feet first, as opposed to 59% who eat the ears first - $49,000 is the price of the world’s most expensive chocolate Easter bunny (548,000 calories!) - 24 flavors of Marshmallow Peeps are available for Easter - 1.5B+ Marshmallow Peeps are consumed each Easter - 54% of people plan to cook an Easter meal - 32% of parents plan an Easter egg hunt for their kids - 537 Easter Hallmark Cards are available - 501,000 eggs were hidden in the world’s largest Easter egg hunt (Winter Haven, FL 2007) - Easter is the most popular church day, followed by Christmas Eve Stats courtesy of 2019 Wallet Hub. Little Girl Eating Easter Candy Easter Dinner Side Dish Recipe Ideas And Resources Southern Living’s Easter Side Dishes Delish’s 64 Easter Side Dish Recipes Good Ranchers Favorite Side Dishes Food Network’s 30 Most Popular Easter Side Dishes Follow us on Pinterest for other amazing Easter recipes, side dishes, and more. More About Our Meat Subscription Boxes Our meat subscription boxes are packed with locally sourced, quality meat from farms and ranches throughout the heartland of America. Our meat subscription boxes come with individually packaged meat, making it easy to store in the freezer without any mess or hassle. Don’t miss out on our free holiday ham, for a limited time. We are also offering free holiday hams at our pop-up locations, while supplies last. Check out a few of our Good Ranchers reviews and read up on our grilling blog to get other dinner and holiday recipes, ideas and other tips. Please note: Good Ranchers prices, packages, availability and locations may change. Free ham promotion cannot be used with any other promotion, and some exclusions apply. Free Easter ham is available for online meat orders and at our pop-up locations while supplies last. Meat delivery is not guaranteed in time for the Easter holiday, but suggested to order before Saturday, March 27th.