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Pastured Lamb

We're thrilled to bring you delicious pastured lamb from the Shenandoah Valley. Raised outdoors on pasture, this lamb is tender, mild and flavorful. Enjoy! Learn more about how our animals are raised, fed and processed here.

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Lamb Chops
Also called "Baby Lamb Chops" these chops are incredibly tender for your dining pleasure. Broil or Grill at high heat for a tender, juicy morsel that you'll want to eat right off the bone, chops are cut 1" and NOT frenched.
2 chops per pack.

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Rack of Lamb
Our most tender and elegant lamb roast will dazzle your guests when it comes to the table, and delight even more when it first hits the tongue. The rack is cut from the rib and includes 8 connected chops. Allow 2 chops per person. This roast is NOT Frenched.
1 rack per pack.

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Lamb Roast
Our boneless lamb shoulder roast is netted for your convenience. Juicy, tender and full of flavor, this cut will do well rubbed with fresh herbs and garlic, seared and slow roasted.
1 roast per pack.

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Lamb Shoulder Chops
These chops are meaty and flavorful. Larger than our lamb chops, these shoulder chops make a hearty meal. Marinate and broil or grill at high heat.
1 chop per pack.

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Lamb Shanks
These shanks are perfect for slow cooking or braising. Cook them for hours until the meat is falling off the bone.
2 shanks per pack.

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Lamb Rainbow Chops
Also called "Round-Bone Chops", these bone-in chops are cut from the lower part of the shoulder and feature the incredibly tasty and tender rainbow meat, the same morsels we use in our delicious kabobs.
1 chop per pack.

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Ground Lamb
Shape into kibbeh, mix with ground beef in meatloaf, or make lamb burgers with cilantro, mint and garlic.
Around 1lb per pack.

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Lamb Cubes for Stew
These boneless lamb cubes are cut from the shoulder and are tender enough to use in any recipe calling for boneless lamb. Lean and full of flavor, these cubes will make a perfect stew. Get extra, there won't be leftovers...
Around 1lb per pack.

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Lamb Neck for Stew
These BONE-IN slices from the neck are cut ~1.5" thick and are ready for your stew pot. This will make a dinner that will really stick to your ribs!
Around 1lb per pack.

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Lamb Riblets
These lamb ribs are cut 3-4" long and contain 3-4 ribs. Perfect for slow cooking, smoking, or adding to your stew. They'll be meltingly tender after 5+ hours of cooking.
3-4 pieces per pack.

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Lamb Broth
This CLEAR broth is made from nothing but our pastured lamb bones and water. Simmered for hours and then strained, this broth is a perfect base for pho, French onion soup, or another recipe calling for lamb stock.

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Lamb Bones
A mix of bones with some meat attached that will simmer up into a delicious lamb broth (if you're making stew, we recommend adding Lamb for Stew to your order).
2-3lbs bones per pack.

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