Coming Soon… Lamb Year-Round!

Have Ewe Heard? We are branching out into Dorper and Katahdin sheep in order to be able to provide customers with lamb during a longer portion of the year. Ewes, freezer lambs and custom processed lamb available Spring-Summer, 2018! We also have some beautiful hair sheep that do not require shearing to keep your pasture mowed and provide enjoyment for your family.

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Order your lamb now for the holidays!

Impress your guests with a beautiful leg, crown roast or rack of lamb for Christmas dinner! 2016 Lamb Pricing: $3.75 per pound hanging weight. Example: A lamb processed at 6 months old was 69 lb. hanging weight which yielded 41 lbs. of packaged meat. A $125 non-refundable deposit is required for us to deliver the lamb to the processor. We will collect the rest from you after the processor determines the hanging weight. Lambs are usually in the 60-65-lb. range. Sizes may vary and the finished amount of meat depends on the individual animal and the cuts selected. Example: Processing: $100 (paid to Bluebonnet Meat).  Meat is $3.75 per # hanging weight, and the hanging weight was 64 lb. = $240.00 (paid to us) = $340.00 Total. Check out our cutting order, which includes additional options, such as smoked chops and sausage (amazing!). This page […]

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Nice sheep… someone else is in charge here.

When people in Pakistan post or comment on pictures of sheep on Facebook, they often say, “Mashallah.” It’s a way of saying, “Nice sheep, but only through God is this possible.” Shepherds know that someone else is in charge, because sometimes you can do everything right and have a poor outcome, or have a great result despite not knowing what the Hell you are doing (just look at my first 3 or 4 years of shepherding). Last night, the lamb shown below, climbing on Mom, was stuck in the middle between the little one on the ground, completely breech, and a large triplet with it’s head turned backwards. Repositioning the breech and pulling the second lamb detached the placenta and released a lot of fluid, so the one way in the back had no chance. Poor Pixie was horribly stressed but […]

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Lambs due March, 2016

Oh, hey, one of these is NOT a Southdown lamb! Spring lambs are due during the month of March, 2016. We will want to sell breeding-quality ewe lambs, show-quality wethers and ewe lambs, and of course we will have lambs available for custom processing. Stay tuned for more baby pics and news!

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