Lamb for your Easter dinner

1 Apr

We have limited quantities of lamb (2010 lambs, 7-12 months old) for sale right now, just in time for your Easter dinner! Lean, tender sweet tasting meat, pasture raised – much better than you can find in the grocery store, we think!

$225 for a whole lamb, $125 for half. There’s an additional $70/$35 slaughter cost for processing, or alternately you can have the lamb processed at an abattoir of your choosing. Please contact us at if you’re interested.

3 Responses to “Lamb for your Easter dinner”

  1. Susan Dobson April 7, 2011 at 12:47 pm #

    Good going with your farm! I would suggest you look into Small Farmer’s Journal for tips and old knowledge from people who have been there and done that over the years. It’s mainly for those who use horses to farm but there’s a huge amount of practical and dependable information.
    My grandfather was a sheepish and educator in the 30’s, my dad has the oldest Merino Sheep registry number in the country, and I dabbled a bit with Merinos.
    Hope all goes well with your endeavor!!!!

    • Susan Dobson April 7, 2011 at 12:49 pm #

      I meant “sheepman”. Lol

  2. Anna April 7, 2011 at 1:01 pm #

    Thank you! I’ll have to check out Small Farmers’ Journal. The Homesteading Today forum has been a great resource for us too – lots of experienced people who have provided us with many helpful recommendations.

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