We are a small family farm, raising animals more for a hobby than for a living. I currently raise bottle lambs for a friend. The males I get to keep for myself and the females go back to her farm after weaning. We are a 2-person household, and can only eat just so much lamb in a year. Whatever extra lambs we have need to be sold. The lamb comes frozen and packaged, after being processed to your desired cuts. A non-returnable deposit of $185 is required. The cost is determined by the hanging weight, which is about half of the live weight. Most of the lambs weigh about 85 lbs. at butchering time. Additionally, the customer also pays the processing fee, about $60, to the butcher, at the time of pick-up of the frozen meat from the butcher. The lamb is usually taken to be processed during the last two weeks of October.

Listing last updated on Oct 8, 2012

GRASS FED LAMB




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