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On our farm we raise Katahdin hair sheep which originate from our home state of Maine, named after Mt. Katahdin.

After the lambs are weaned in March they enjoy top quality alfalfa hay and pasture until the sun comes out and the grass begins to grow again. Once the pastures are growing lush green grass again the alfalfa is removed and the lambs enjoy fresh water, necessary loose minerals and all of the lush green pasture that they want. Our lambs are part of our rotational grazing practices which ensure the best finished product possible.

Lamb is very limited and sell out fast, our lamb sells for $6 a pound hanging weight. Butcher fees are paid separately and paid directly to the butcher. Lamb average hanging weight is 45-55lbs.

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