REGENERATIVELY FARMED

Pasture-Raised Lamb

Grass-fed, well marbled and mild in flavor.

Our sheep live on pasture year round and are moved every day or two to ensure they have fresh plant life to graze on and water to drink. They prefer diversity in their diet and eat a variety of weeds like spring oats, winter rye grass and clove which creates a healthy animal and delicious depth of flavor in the meat. No grains, no antibiotics, no hormones.

1lb
Ground Lamb
$19.95
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1.5lbs
Leg of Lamb, Boneless
$49.95
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2lbs
Leg of Lamb, Bone-In
$48.95
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1lb
Frenched Rack of Lamb
$59.95
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13oz
Lamb Chops
$24.49
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1lb
Lamb Stew Meat
$21.49
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1.75lbs
Lamb Shanks
$38.95

Blog Posts

5 Tips for a Flavorful & Tender Leg of Lamb Roast
5 Tips for a Flavorful & Tender Leg of Lamb Roast
If you're looking to serve a simple, elegant celebratory meal, look no farther. The leg of lamb roast, although it might sound intimidating, is an ideal roast for beginner home chefs. It’s foolproof with a tender and delicate flavor that makes pairing with seasonal vegetables effortlessly easy. Its approachable size and simplicity are perfect for stress-free hosting and intimate celebratory gatherings.
Make a better meatball
Make a better meatball
Nearly every culture has a version of the meatball. And for good reason. It’s a quick and easy way to serve a crowd and its variations are endless. Two styles stand out here in America - Italian and Swedish. 
More Than You Ever Thought You'd Want To Know About Sheep
More Than You Ever Thought You'd Want To Know About Sheep
Wool sheep produce a wax called lanolin that protects their gorgeous coats and makes them water resistant. Unfortunately, the lanolin also has a pretty foul odor. And many discerning diners find that this affect the taste of the meat. But hair sheep do not make lanolin, so their meat is much milder in flavor.