Please contact us to reserve your lamb for 2015! Whole and half lamb is by dressed weight cut to your specifications, frozen, and vacuum sealed.
The October 2009 issue of Saveur Magazine said,
Free-range, grass-fed Icelandic lamb is exceptionally fine grained and mild tasting; it is prized by chefs….
Whole and half lamb is sold at $9.50/pound, based on hanging/dressed weight. Hanging weight is the weight of the carcass after the evisceration and cleaning process. Actual hanging weights vary and depend on the size and age of the lamb at slaughter and the customer's preference for a smaller or larger lamb. Most will be in the range from 30-50 pounds for a whole lamb. Approximately 85-95% of the hanging weight will be what the customer takes home.The October 2009 issue of Saveur Magazine said, “Free-range, grass-fed Icelandic lamb is exceptionally fine grained and mild tasting; it is prized by chefs….”
In the March 2010 issue of Food & Wine magazine, Robert Wiedmaier, chef-owner of Marcel’s and Brasserie Beck in Washington, DC, is quoted as saying, “Icelandic lamb is the best I’ve ever tasted. It’s a very pure, nonfatty meat.”
Our sheep are registered, purebred Icelandic, and Katahdin sheep, grass fed and grass finished. The lamb that comes from these animals is gourmet quality, certified organic, lean and mild tasting. No chemicals or antibiotics. Please contact us if you are interested in lamb as early as possible. Even though it will not be available until the fall, we sell out very early!
Boston Magazine, Nov. 2013 talks about the new "nose to tail" trend...lamb! http://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/article/2013/10/29/boston-restaurants-lamb-dishes-nose-tail-newcomer/
Retail cuts available from the farm freezer or at selected drop off points.
- SHANKS $12.00/LB
- GROUND LAMB $12.00/LB
- STEW MEAT $14.50/LB
- BONE IN LEG OF LAMB $13.50/LB
- SHOULDER CHOPS $13.50/LB
- SHOULDER BLADE CHOPS $13.50/LB
- LOIN CHOPS $19.50/LB
- RACK OF LAMB $19.00/LB
- SHOULDER ROAST$ $13.50/LB
- RIB CHOPS $19.75/LB
Wholesale pricing & order form
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