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..choose from our CSA's and individual portions, shown below as available..

Lamb Share - Whole or Half lamb


Lamb Share - Whole or Half lamb

from 100.00

Lamb Shares are sold by the whole or half lamb.  Whole lambs will range in weight from 30 - 45 lbs hanging weight(after processing).


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Lamb Shares are $10/lb, which includes processing, cold storage and delivery. Because final weights are variable, we are asking for deposits of $100 for a half share and $150 for a whole share. The balance will be calculated after final weights are known. Preference on size will be noted.

We will start delivering lamb shares in August through November.  We can deliver the share all at once or over the course of a few deliveries.  All lamb is cut to order, if you wish I can go over the options with you and help decide how you want it done.  Cutting Options below;

Legs: Left whole or cut in half, can be deboned and butterflied, or cut into leg steaks

Rack: Can leave the ribs as a rack or have them cut into chops. 

Shoulders:  left whole or boned and rolled into a small roast tied with string.  Alternatively you can have it cut into shoulder chops.

Shanks: These are from the top of the front legs and the lower part of the back legs.  Can leave whole or have them cut into 2 inch lengths. Great for braising slowly in wine.

Stew meat: This will come from the trim.

Ground lamb:  If you want ground lamb, you need to give up some other cut since he won't have enough to get through the grinder.  I suggest using one of the shoulders if you want ground.  Otherwise, you can order ground mutton from our online shop as an add-on to your lamb share.

Organ meats:  You can have any organs you want - liver, kidney, heart, etc.  Please specify.

*Soup bones - all orders will get soup bones unless you say you don't want them.


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