Baby Lamb Enjoying the Sun

Baby Lamb Enjoying the Sun

Aren’t they so cute! How can you eat them? This is something we hear often. The word lamb has several meanings. We use that word interchangeably for a small, newborn baby sheep as well as meat from a nearly full-grown animal.

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First Day of Fall 2015

Today I managed to walk the pasture and take some pictures of our ever-expanding flock. Our commercial flock is up to almost 80 ewes and we purchased 11 registered Katahdin ewes and 11 registered Katahdin lambs this summer. We’ve sold out of...

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Lamb Sloppy Joes

I don’t actually measure, this is my best guess and I season to taste: 2 pounds ground lamb 1 onion, diced 2 teaspoons dried dill 1 tablespoon cumin 1 tablespoon granulated garlic powder 2/3 cup ketchup 6 splashes Worcestershire sauce 2...

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Fall Lamb and Ewe Availability

Order now for fall freezer lamb! We’re likely going to sell out, so reserve your lamb now for $50 for a whole, $25 for a half. Full price due by September 1, 2015 is $200 for a whole, $100 for a half. We deliver to Jerome’s Country Market. You...

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Ground Lamb Stroganoff

With three kids (two teenage boys) in the house it is hard keeping sour cream or plain yogurt in the fridge. We’re also running around so much that we needed a quick and easy lamb stroganoff recipe. This one fits the bill so much that even...

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Winter/Spring 2014 Lambing

Lambing has begun. It is so nice to see bouncy little buggers in the barn again. We have approx. 30 ewes due from February through the end of May, with three to four weeks between each monthly due date. So, we’ll just have to keep checking for...

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