Our grass fed Katahdin lambs are rotated daily to a new section of field, just as a wild herd would move.

Through this method they have access to the most nutritious greens each day in the cleanest possible conditions, living as they were intended.

Our lambs are weaned naturally from their mothers, avoiding stress and allowing them continued guidance on how to be real sheep.

As they grow and mature on pasture, the changing seasons will bring a variety of herbs, legumes, and trees that all contribute flavour to the meat.

Katahdin are a breed of hair sheep, meaning their wool sheds in spring as temperatures rise, and grows long in the fall in time for cooler weather.

Along with this trait comes a more delicate, less woolly flavour, as well as lower cholesterol and higher protein levels than conventional sheep breeds.