Our four spring lambs are due to be processed this fall and we are currently taking orders. They are Tunis sheep (part of Slow Food’s Ark of Taste and a very old breed) and have been grass-fed. The meat is very mild tasting (as denoted in this neat article) and low in fat.
Prices are $165/half and $300/whole plus there is a $60 processing fee per lamb. The buyer is able to chose the cuts they desire. We *might* have individual cuts available but prices will vary.
Feel free to contact us here or via email for more information!
About how much meat does this come out to be?
Also, do you have honey for sale?
We are guessing a half would be 30-40 lbs and a whole ranges 60-80 but it depends on the cut and if you do boneless or not. And yes, I have honey in one and two lbs jars. Thanks!