At any rate, I now have grass-fed lamb available for your freezer or dinner plate. Raised naturally on mother's milk, pasture, hay, free-choice sheep minerals, water, and sunshine. Weaned in their own time. That's it, no extra feed additives, hormones, grains, etc. If you buy an entire lamb (as burger, chops, and foreshanks), the cost is $8.66 per pound. If you'd like to buy individual cuts, the ground lamb burger is $8.00/pound and chops (shoulder, loin, and leg) are $12.00/pound. Processing was done at a USDA certified butcher shop and all meat is shrink-wrapped and quick-frozen for maximum freshness.
Now, I must say, here is something I wasn't anticipating...
I was told they're a delicacy.
I think I'll pass, thank you very much.
Now you just let me know if you'd like some nice grass-fed southern Lancaster County, PA lamb.
You can even have the boy bits if that would make you happy.