Important News: Our thoughts and best wishes for health and wellness go out to everyone in this unprecedented, transformative time.
We are here to provide families with nutrient-dense proteins that fit their unique situation, and will do our utmost to meet the growing demand for beef, pork, and lamb. Please be aware that in order to plan our butchering and delivery schedule we will now require a deposit on all orders including Pasture Packs and Bulk Ground Beef.
Grass-Finished Beef: We are experiencing a very high volume of orders, and wish to avoid unexpected shortages. We recommend that people place their deposits early, so that we can plan our butchering, shipping, and delivery schedule. We have beef animals ready to butcher monthly starting mid-June 2020. There is a four week turnaround for beef, which is helpful for budgeting .
Lamb: It's therefore very important to place your orders early so that we can plan our finishing schedule and arrange for slaughter space.
Pork: We have mixed pork and beef boxes available, and are taking deposits for a couple of sides of pork available early July. We also have ground pork available, 1lb packages.
Please stay well, everyone.
Our lambs are born between January and June. Our ewes spend their time on pasture except during winter lambing time. A mother sheep is brought into the barn when she lambs and kept there for a short time until her lambs are dried off and strong enough to go back into the flock. Lambs that aren't sold stay with their mothers throughout the summer and are rotationally grazed with the rest of the flock.
We can supply whole carcasses, fresh or frozen, and also frozen boxed lamb, from May through October. Dressed weight will be 40-55lbs.
If you wish to reserve a lamb, we recommend making a deposit. We market our January lambs commercially in late June, and once they are gone, they are gone. May/June born lambs are available from October onward.
We are able to arrange shipping throughout BC, Alberta, and NWT.
Price for half a lamb is $8.75/lb dressed weight, plus processing costs ($45). A whole lamb is $8.50/lb, plus processing costs ($85).