Our lambs grow naturally on the Sierra Valley meadows near Quincy California. The cool Northern California summers result in outstanding pastures that produce premium, lean lamb in a healthy environment. We do not confine our livestock to stalls, on concrete or in feedlots. They live in the open air and sunshine. Our sheep live according to their natures in a relaxed outdoor setting, browsing and grazing food sources in the constant company of others of their species. Quality of life for our animals is one of our main values.
Whether you need 100lbs or 5 lbs we can accommodate any size order. Customized cuts or regular table cuts are available.
Lamb refers to the meat of a sheep younger than one year old. Meat from older sheep is called hogget, and from even older sheep is called mutton. Lamb is more tender than hogget or mutton. There are various cuts of lamb, including lamb chops — which may come in the form of rib chops, loin chops or shoulder chops — and whole leg of lamb. Kosher and Halal varieties are also available. Protein and Vitamins An excellent source of protein, 4 oz. of lamb contains 27.5 g of protein, or 55 percent the recommended daily intake for an adult. Eating 4 oz. of lamb also delivers 48 percent, 37 percent and 14 percent of the daily value for vitamin B12, niacin and riboflavin, respectively. Vitamin B12 is essential for red blood cell production, nerve function and in the metabolism of homocysteine. Niacin, or vitamin B3, helps the body release energy from food and is important for nervous system function. Riboflavin, or vitamin B2, also helps the body release energy from foods and plays a role in good vision.
272 Carol Lane West Quincy, Ca 95971
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