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Whole Lamb Pre-Order

Whole Lamb Pre-Order

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Whole lambs for 2024 delivery:

What's included with a whole lamb?

When you order a half lamb, you'll choose from a variety of our butcher's standard cuts. Weights and quantities vary somewhat based on the weight of each animal.

A portion typically includes about 40 lbs. total and the following is a typical breakdown of cuts:

7 lbs. leg of lamb

8 lbs. shoulder

10 lbs. loin/rib for chops

3 lbs. shanks

12 lbs. other including ribs, ground lamb, and stew meat

Freezer space: 1.15 cu. feet. Picture 2 brown paper grocery sacks 3/4 full each.

You can choose to include organ meats and bones, see details below.

2024 order Deadline and estimated pickup/delivery schedule:

May 26th for pick up/delivery after Jun 13th

Jul 28th for pick up/delivery after Aug 16th

Sep 1st for pick up/delivery after Sep 19th

Nov 3rd for pick up/delivery after Dec 5th

We will coordinate delivery with you according to your preferred pick up method.

Price Estimate

  Deposit ($50) Due now

+ Balance (estimate $700) Due at pickup


Grand Total $750 (varies based on package weights; shipping will incur additional charges, calculated at delivery time)

Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable.  You'll choose a pickup date from our schedule as we get closer to delivery time.  We'll communicate the balance due and bill you for the remaining portion of your order at pick up time.

Billing Details:

You will be billed at a rate of $18.75/lb on the package weight of your portion. Organ meats will be charged at a rate of $9.50/lb and bones are $6.00/lb.  Delivery fees for each pickup location will vary. Home Delivery will add approximately $3-$4.50 per lb, depending on your location.

Lamb Life


Our lambs live out doors and graze in our pastures as much as possible.  We raise our sheep without the use of hormones or feeding antibiotics. We manage our pastures without using herbicides or pesticides. 

Our animals help to regenerate the health of the land, and they benefit from the diverse grazing and low-stress environment we foster. Bring the health of our eco-system to your dinner table.