the meadows of Loudoun County, Virginia
Leesburg, VA 20175
NEW LAMB COMING SOON
just in time for fall--pot
roasts and stews!
"I just wanted to let you
know how delicious your lamb is. We have never tasted any lamb with such flavor and texture before. You
are really producing a superlative product!” D.R., Lovettsville, VA 7/9/12
“I’ve got to say, we’ve tried half a dozen other lamb producers, and none come close.
Your meat simply tastes the best.” T.E., Washington, DC 11/8/12
“Bill and Joan consistently deliver the highest quality lamb that I have tasted.
My dinner guests particularly rave about the lamb burgers and the legs of lamb - both bone-in and boneless. The meat is rich,
tender and melts in the mouth. The flavor is also delicate and subtle. Highly recommended.” P.B.,
Washington, DC 8/11/09
WHOLE & HALF LAMB PACKAGES AVAILABLE
SEPTEMBER & DECEMBER!
See Order Form below,
indicate choices, and send by email to email@example.com
LAMB ALSO AVAILABLE BY THE CUT $11 TO $18 PER POUND
WHOLE & HALF LAMB ORDER FORM FALL 2014
Whole Lamb 50-55 lbs $11 per pound; Half Lamb 25-28 lbs @ $12 per pound
(includes all processing charges)
Pot Roast Whole or Half Shoulder Bone-in or Boneless;
Shoulder Chops; Stew Meat
Rib Rack Roast; Rib Chops
Loin Roast Bone-in or Boneless;
Whole Leg Bone-In or Boneless;
Half Leg Bone-In or Boneless Butterflied;
Leg Kabobs; Leg Steaks
Lamb; Lamb Sausage--Sage or Italian
Neck Roast, Yes or No
Shanks, Yes or No
Organs, Yes or No
Soup Bones, Yes or No @ $4/lb
We are a small family farm located on 12 rolling acres south of Leesburg, Virginia, convenient to Ashburn
and Brambleton, off Evergreen Mills Rd.
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Our goal is to produce
healthy, tender and flavorful local lamb for our customers, while raising our sheep in the most natural environment possible.
Our sheep graze freely on the lush green pastures, enjoying the fresh country air and natural well water. We currently
have one ram and 20 breeding ewes on the farm. Our breed can lamb in any season, so we lamb one group in the fall
and another group in the spring.
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Our production method
is called "intensive grazing management." This means that we subdivide our fenced pastures into 2 to 6 grazing
areas using temporary fencing. We allow our groups to "eat half, leave half." This frequent relocating
of our flock allows the pastures to recover quickly from grazing, prevents erosion from overgrazing, and promotes a healthier
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Their diet consists mainly of grass in the pastures,
essential minerals, hay in winter and before turning out onto new lush pasture, and a small amount of whole grains. Our
White Dorper breed is naturally fast growing and heavily muscled, so we do not feed growth hormones.
The sheep are out in the fresh air, not confined in an enclosed space, so we do not need to feed antibiotics.
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10,000 miles fresher!
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