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Pasture-Raised Lamb

Our Ontario lamb is naturally pasture raised with non-GMO grass and hay, and no antibiotics or synthetic growth hormones.Our young Ontario lamb is raised on free-range pasture, and like all of our animals, is treated with loving kindness for a stress-free life.

The flock is raised on no-spray organic grasslands, where they are free to roam all spring, summer and fall.  Over the winter, they eat 100% non-GMO grass and hay, cut from the same naturally-grown pastures.

They are raised without antibiotics or any other drugs or growth promoters.  Just all-natural, free-range lamb, grown the way our great-grandparents used to eat.

Our lamb is drug-free, antibiotic-free, raised on GMO-free & spray-free grass and hay, and with zero animal-product feeds.

The tender meat is processed at a regulated, government inspected and family-owned local butcher shop.  Each side of lamb is dry-aged, then artisanally hand-butchered into individual cuts.  Then they’re vacuum-sealed so they will stay fresh in your freezer for up to a year.

We offer our lamb as a side, half-side, or whole lamb, butchered into a nice selection of cuts for your freezer.  The video below, while not done exactly the same way as our butchering process, gives a nice overview:

 

Choose the size of your lamb order

You can choose a whole, half or quarter lamb.  Like our sides of beef and pork, the price is based on the dressed weight / hanging side weight of your lamb:

  • Naturally-raised free-range lamb raised on organic no-spray pasture with plant-based non-GMO feeds.Whole lamb — 50 lbs dressed weight — $14.45/pound.
     
  • Half lamb — 25 lbs dressed weight — $14.95/pound.
     
  • Quarter lamb — 12.5 lbs dressed weight — $15.45/pound.

The above weights are based on the dressed weight of a lamb, which means the initial hanging weight of the sides before dry-aging and butchering.  The total weight of your lamb cuts will be about 67% of the dressed weight, after butchering into individual cuts and removal of unnecessary bone and fat.  This works out to 33.6 lbs of cuts for a whole lamb, 16.8 lbs for a half lamb, and 8.4 lbs for a quarter lamb.

A typical quarter lamb will yield approximately:

  • 0.75 lb rack of lamb,
  • 1 lb loin chops,
  • 0.75 lb lamb shank
  • 2 lbs leg roasts,
  • 1.8 lbs shoulder chops,
  • 1.1 lbs ground or cubed lamb (choose below),
  • 1 lb soup bones — also great for dog treats!

A half lamb will give you double those amounts, and a whole lamb will give you 4× the amounts.  Sorry, no organ meats are available.  Each individual cut may vary ±5% in weight, so we check each order to make sure that we give you the same total weight for everything.

We deliver our lamb to you fresh-frozen in individually vacuum-sealed cuts.

Choose your order size:

Choose whether you would like your meat trimmings ground, or cubed for stews or kebabs
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