How do we define “grass-fed?” The sheep are on pasture, not in feed lots eating silage. They are also finished on grass, and do not eat grains at all. Our animals are eating green grass right up to the time of processing. All of our pastures are free from the use of pesticides or other chemical treatments. Nutritional data published in the Journal of Animal Science shows that grass-fed meat has about ¼ the fat content, when compared to feedlot raised meat. Lower fat content also means reduced calories.
Conventional farmers often feed livestock daily antibiotics, which slightly improves their growth rate. The World Health Organization has warned that feeding livestock antibiotics may pose a risk to human health, due to the increased risk of ingesting antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Our animals are never fed any antibiotics.
Grazing on pasture is the natural and healthy way to raise livestock, not locked up in a tiny pen in a feedlot. We believe you will not find tastier lamb!
Why Choose our Meats?
Our Prime Selections of Meat Include: