USDA inspected, 100% pasture-raised and grass-fed. Never confined. Not given antibiotics, hormones, animal byproducts or grain.
We are a small family farm. We use sustainable and holistic farming practices that improve the soil, increase biodiversity, and are beneficial to our local community's environment. In practice this means what we take out of the environment we put back in, so land and resources such as water, soil and fertility can be replenished and are available to future generations.
Our livestock spend their days in the open air and sunshine grazing our lush, green pastures. Our young stock spend the majority of their time safe with their mothers within the protective flock learning to choose from diverse forage. We do not confine our animals to stalls, on concrete or in feedlots. They routinely carry out their natural behaviors such as grazing, browsing, lactating and exploring their environment as appropriate to their species. Quality of life for our animals is one of our main values.
Our products are USDA inspected, vacuum-packed for quality, and meet high standards for freshness, tenderness and flavor. Individual cuts or family value boxes can be purchased year round. Religious requirements can be met such as halal certification.
We deliver locally and ship across the country.
Please feel free to call or e-mail us with questions.
No antibiotics, hormones or byproducts are fed to our livestock so they are never passed on to humans or the greater environment. There are no grains in their diets. Lamb and goat raised the way we do it produces lean meat and healthy fats. Our farming practices have beneficial impacts on the environment including the land, flora, wildlife and watershed.
Delicate, clean flavor and succulent texture have made Shepherd Song Farms premium quality meats a consistent choice of Twin Cities area chefs and home cooks. There are lamb and goat recipes that fit every season of the year and just about every cooking tradition. Feel free to contact us for more information at 715 265 7637.