Leg of Lamb
Leg of Lamb
This is locally raised Katahdin Leg of Lamb. The packages range in size from 2.9 pounds - 4.14 pounds. You will be charged by weight.
These are 2 pack of locally raised Katahdin lamb chops.
Naturally grass feed (free range managed native grass pastures)
From the Farmer:
FEED: Every afternoon I give them a supplement of 12% protein, with 2% fat, 24% fiber with no urea, it is an all natural grain made from various grain bi-products forage and roughage.
In late fall I plant rye grass, turnips, rape, clover to insure a good winter crop for grazing.
Breed Information: The Katahdin breed is a wooless, easy care, meat type sheep, naturally tolerant of climatic extremes and capable of high performance in a wide variety of environments. The purpose of the breed is to efficiently produce meat.
The covering of the Katahdin does not require shearing and is preferably completely free of permanent wooly fibers. The coat can be any color or pattern. Polled animals are preferred; horned and scurred individuals are recorded as such.
Katahdins are a heavy-muscled, medium-sized breed. They demonstrate adaptability by performing well in areas varying in geography, temperature, and humidity, feed and forage resources, and management systems. Ewes are easy lambers, and exhibit strong maternal instincts and good milking ability. They possess high potential for early puberty, fertility, and lamb survivability.
Lambs grow and mature rapidly to an acceptable market weight range and produce relatively lean and well muscled carcasses with a very mild flavor.