Our Sheep

We raise Katahdin sheep, a heritage breed.  They are classified as hair sheep, which means that they do not produce a fleece; their hair is shed every spring, and they do not require shearing.  They are used for meat, and the absence of lanolin in their fleece gives them a far more delicate flavor compared to the traditional wool sheep.  If you like lamb, you will love the Katahdin meat.  If you haven’t liked lamb in the past because of its gamey flavor, you should give Katahdin lamb a try!

Visit our website's pre-order page here for an updated list of the lamb cuts we have for sale.