We graze our lambs year-round on pasture filled with nutrient-dense and diverse grass varieties. Continuous rotation to fresh pastures ensures enjoyment of the nourishing elements of the outdoors.
Lamb is a staple protein in many cuisines throughout the world. Serve lamb roasted, grilled, or in delicious meatballs, burgers, or kofta for a healthy, varied diet.
This rich protein is packed with high levels of healthy high omega 3 fatty acids, which has been linked to weight loss, and cardiovascular, metabolic, and cognitive health. Additionally, grass-fed lamb is plentiful in Niacin, Zinc, Selenium, Iron, and Vitamin B12.
Our sheep fill a similar role in the regenerative farming cycle as our cattle. We graze our sheep in fresh pastures daily, allowing long stretches of time between herds to encourage new, resilient grass growth. By grazing, the sheep encourage deep root structure development, which has been proven to enhance the natural biome, inviting healthy bacteria, insects, and improving carbon, nitrogen, and water retention.