Pastured, Michigan Lamb

Corn & Grass Fed Available

100% Grass Fed is Currently Sold Out
  • Lamb Roast

    Lamb Shoulder Roast

    $12.49 per pound, 2.4 lbs Average Weight Shoulder Roast

    $36.53 Add to cart
  • Lamb Loin Chops

    Corn and Grass-fed, $13.29 per pound, average weight 0.65 lbs...

    $8.34 Add to cart
  • Grass-fed Lamb Shoulder Steaks

    Grass-fed, GMO-free, $12.99 per pounds, 0.3 pound average wei...

    $3.58 Read more
  • Boneless Leg of Lamb

    Corn and Grass-fed, $12.99 per pounds, 3.5 lbs average weight...

    $45.87 Add to cart

Find out how we operate at our farm

Our farm is split into several pastures, four on the East side of the road about 6-9 acres each. We are installing fence on the recently-purchased property on the West side of the road to split it up in to pastures as well. The goal is to rotationally graze in small mobs to make the best use of our forage. All the pastures are planted in grass or a grass legume mix including several grasses, clover, bird’s foot trefoil, and alfalfa.

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Our Ewes

Our ewes are mostly Katahdin, but have a bit of Dorper in them too. Both breeds are hair sheep, which do not grow wool. So, our sheep do not need to be sheared as they shed instead. They have a wide range of coloring such as solid white, solid black, black & white, and brown & white.

The Best Recipes

The best recipes start with the best ingredients. Our lamb is grass-fed and either grass-finished or grain finish. Grass-finished meat is lean and healthy, full of rich nutrients, such as omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. Our lambs go to the processor while they’re are almost full grown but still young enough that their meat is tender and mild. Lamb is fresh tasting with a heartier flavor when compared to beef. There are some people who don’t like the taste, but there are just as many who enjoy it immensely.

Our Farm

Michael and Teresa Miller established Misty Lane Farms in 2010 in Stockbridge, Michigan, with just 37 acres, five initial ewes, and one registered ram. Through breeding and a few small purchases, we’ve now grown to more than 220 ewes. We’ve also teamed up with a friend, Michael Viebrock who purchased an additional 89 acres across the road from our farm in 2016. Together we plan to continue to grow the flock, rotationally graze early spring through late fall, and purchase hay from local farmers for winter feed.

Our Heritage Breeds of Rabbit

Our Heritage Breeds of Rabbit

A Healthy Option for Supper! Our rabbits are Creme D’Argent and Silver Fox breeds, which are heritage, dual-purpose (raised for meat and fur) breeds in the United States. Rabbit is an excellent source of protein. According to the UDSA, rabbit has only 96 calories per 3 ounce serving, with 18 grams of protein, only 2

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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day 2020! While we’re all stuck inside because of Coronovirus, and can’t get together to celebrate Earth day, the health crisis reminds us that we are all connected. Our individual choices determine the health of each other and our planet. One of the easiest acts of environmentalism you can make is choosing what

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Why Not Take a Break from Ground Beef

Why Not Take a Break from Ground Beef

Add Ground Lamb to Your Weeknight Meals! Because ground meat is economical and full of quick protein, it’s a natural choice for weeknight meals. And, since winter has settled in for a good long while, it’s definitely the season for warm meals with ground meat, such as chili, shepherd’s pie, spaghetti & meatballs, and countless

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Stay up-to-date on our farm happenings and learn when we have lamb available to order. We usually have whole or half lambs available for purchase just before Easter or Passover in the spring and just before Eid in the summer. And, now we have retail cuts of lamb available all year round!
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