Lamb

Our grass-fed lamb is a flavorful, nutrient-rich food and an excellent source of Vitamin B12, niacin, zinc and selenium. Our lamb is an all-natural product, humanely raised without antibiotics or hormones, grass-fed on pastures that are never fertilized or exposed to herbicides.

Our Animal Welfare Standards

  • All of our lambs live their entire lives on the farm.
  • Our lambs are with their mothers throughout their lives.
  • Our lambs are antibiotic and needle free throughout their lives.
  • Our lambs free graze natural grasses during the growing season and are generously fed free choice organically grown hay during the winter.
  • Our lambs have unlimited access to the free flowing and pristine Weiser River.
  • Our lambs have individual access to shelter with a generous amount of space.

Lamb Nutrition Facts

Forty percent of the fat in lean cuts of lamb is monounsaturated, the same kind of fat found in olive oil. A 3-ounce serving of lamb provides nearly five times the essential omega-3 fatty acids and alpha linoleic acid of a 3-ounce serving of beef. Three ounces of lamb fits easily within the daily fat, saturated fat and cholesterol recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. On average, 3-ounces of lamb fits easily within the daily fat, saturated fat and cholesterol recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Recent research suggests that eating protein can help preserve lean body mass when you’re trying to lose weight. An average 3-ounce serving of lamb, which has 175 calories and meets nearly half of your daily protein needs, encourages feelings of fullness that may prevent overeating, a combination key to weight management.

On average, 3-ounce serving of lamb meets the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) definition for lean meat: fewer than 10 grams of fat, 4.5 grams of saturated fat, and 95 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 grams, or 3.5 ounces.