You can’t find lamb like ours in the store!
Our Katahdin lambs are hair sheep and said to have a milder taste than breeds that have wool. Customers like our farm-to-table business because our lamb is:
- GRASS-FED or CORN & GRASS-FED FROM A SMALL FAMILY FARM
- RAISED HEALTHY & SUSTAINABLY, NO ANTIBIOTICS
- SUPPORTIVE OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY
Grass-fed lamb is lean and has more Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids, and other nutrients, making it a healthy choice for you and your family. For those of you who like more marbling, our corn and grass-fed lamb is faster growing and still raised healthy and sustainably.
We raise our Grass-fed lambs humanely on a small farm in rural Michigan. We do not dock or castrate the ram lambs that we sell for your freezer. They are never given antibiotics and are grass-fed with plentiful pastures and fresh water. In winter they have lots of room in a large barn, with access to the outdoors as weather allows, and are fed stored hay. The current group went to market at nearly 12 months of age, but still young enough that their meat is tender and mild. We have a limited supply of grass-fed lamb in our freezer, so order soon!
CORN & GRASS-FED:
With the price of hay so high, we also have a group this year that are corn and grass-fed. These were born in the summer and were out on grass with their mothers through fall, before weaning. Then once weaned we started feeding them a combination of hay and conventional corn. They are growing fast and will go to the processor between 6-10 months old as they make weight. For those folks who like a little more marbling, corn fed may be your prefered lamb. We have a few corn fed lambs already in the freezer and more to come!