Pasture raised, No grain, No added hormones, No routine antibiotics

Lamb is sold by the cut, frozen at the butcher's, clearly labeled with cut and weight, and vacuum packed in clear plastic.

We also sell Freezer Lamb (whole) by hanging weight direct from the butcher.


  Lamb loin chops (4/pkg. ~1 lb.)


  Lamb rib chops (4/pkg. ~0.75 lb.)


  Leg steaks (2/pkg. ~1 lb.)




  Boneless leg roast (~3.5 lbs.)


  Boneless rolled shoulder (~3.5 lbs.)


  Leg roast (bone-in) (~4.5 lbs.)


  Half leg roast (bone-in) (~2 lbs.)



SAUSAGES  (100% lamb)

  Lamb breakfast links (in lamb casing) (12/pkg. ~0.85 lb.)


  Sweet Italian Brats (in pork casing) (4/pkg. ~1.0 lbs.)


  Chorizo Brats (in pork casing) (4/pkg. ~1.0 lbs.)




  Lamb stew meat (~1 lb.)


  Lamb shanks (2/pkg. ~1 lb.)


  Ground lamb (~1 lb.)


  Lamb liver (~0.8 lb.)


  Lamb soup bones (~2 lbs.)



FREEZER LAMB (Whole) Save money and customize your order

We sell whole freezer lamb by appointment:
LAMB (Whole):     $4.00/lb. Rail Weight plus butchering cost

Interested in buying Freezer Lamb? Here's how it works:
  • We make a butcher appointment (which may need to be made months ahead of time), then deliver the animal to the butcher on that date.
  • In a couple of days, we call the butcher and get the hanging weight (of the halves hanging in the cooler).  We would then email you the total due us, and you send a check to us right away or pay by credit card.
  • Right after you get the total from us you will need to call the butcher and give them cutting instructions. This can be confusing if you haven't done it before, but they walk you through it. For example, how big do you want the roasts, do you want any soup bones, do you want all roasts boneless, do you want butcher paper or vacuum pack (plastic)?
  • Of the hanging weight, there is further waste (trimmings and bones). This can vary quite a bit based on the cutting. (For example, all ground meat would be fewer pounds than including all bone-in roasts and soup bones.) When all of the cutting and packaging is done, the butcher calls you and you go pick up your frozen packages of meat and pay the butcher his charges.

Freezer Lamb dollars and yield information:
  • Live weight for lamb is usually 100 lbs. or so.
  • Hanging (Rail) weight for lamb is typically 50% of live weight, so our hanging weight is 50 lbs.
  • Payment to the farmer is $4.00/lb. of hanging weight. So, hypothetically, for cost, you've got 50 lbs. x $4.00 = $200 paid to the farmer (us).
  • Payment to the butcher varies depending on the butcher, cutting instructions, and lamb weight. Let's say $60 for payment to the butcher for this hypothetical lamb.
  • So the Total cost (payment to the farmer plus payment to the butcher) is $260 in our example.
  • Packaged meat weight for our hypothetical lamb might be around 35 lbs.
  • Therefore, the Cost per pound of the packaged meat is $7.43/lb. (for loin chops as well as leg of lamb!).

For more information, please contact us.

Prices subject to change without notice.
Weights are approximate and per package.
All cuts subject to availability.

Revised:  06/05/2014