AGW Certified 100% Grassfed Icelandic Lamb
Our lamb is certified 100% grass fed and free of antibiotics and growth hormones. Our method of rotational grazing and the natural weaning of our lambs keeps our flock healthy and produces a wonderfully mild, tender and tasty product. Our lambs go to market at approximately 6-7 months of age and are sold USDA inspected to individuals who appreciate a higher quality lamb meat product that is locally & humanely raised. Our animals are Animal Welfare Approved and our meat is Certified 100% Grassfed. Our customers also appreciate that when they purchase Icelandic lamb, they are sponsoring the continuance of a heritage breed animal, one of the oldest breeds in the world. We also on occassion have meat from slightly older animals, labeled "sheep", for which there is no price difference. We currently do not offer mutton.
For more info on the different types of lamb cuts, follow this link: Lamb Cuts
Prices are per pound. Once your order is submitted, we will contact you and can send you an invoice showing the total cost.
2017-18 Retail Meat Prices: Click here for CSA Meat Shares Shares
|ITEM||PRICE PER POUND|
|Leg of Lamb Roast (boneless)
|Leg of Lamb Roast (bone-in)
|Boneless Shoulder Roast||$16.00|
|Rack of Lamb||$21.00|
|Leg Steak/Chop (2 per Pkg) (SOLD OUT)
|Loin Chops (2 per Pkg)
|Rib Chops (2 per Pkg)
|Shoulder Chops (2 per Pkg)||$15.50|
|Stew Meat (SOLD OUT)
|Sausage (links, Sweet or Chorizo)
|Sausage (bulk, sweet)
|Heart or Tongue
Icelandic meat, produced from this heritage breed animal, is considered a gourmet meat.
"Icelandic lamb is the best I've ever tasted. It's very pure, non-fatty meat." ~ Robert Wiedmaier, chef-owner of Marcel's and Brasserie Beck in Washington DC in Food and Wine, March 2010
"Free-range, grass-fed Icelandic lamb is exceptionally fine-grained and mild tasting; it is prized by chefs..." ~ Sauveur Magazine, October 2009
"The Icelandic lamb has soft texure and mild flavor, that fits well for all cooking methods." ~ Bjiarni Gunnar Kristinsson, Head Chef at Grillis Restaurant in Reykjavik, Gold medal winner at the Culinary Olymipcs in 2008