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Whole Lamb – Grass Fed and Grass Finished – Cost Price Lamb

Original price was: $330.00.Current price is: $199.00.

Premium quality cattle and lamb prepared fresh by our local butchers.

We promise the highest quality meat with fast delivery times and fair prices. 

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Description

COST PRICE LAMB

What is “cost price”?

This price is what the farmer has told us will allow them to break even this year on their lambs. Rising costs have also been happening in the farming world, with prices for food, medication and on farm services all going up. There is also an increased cost for transportation and butchering fees as well.

By purchasing this product you’re helping this farmer to not sell their sheep for less than it has cost to bring them to your fridge!

Grass Fed and Finished Lamb.

Less Freezer Space Thank You Think!

A side of lamb fits in a supermarket shopping bag!

What’s In A Side?

This product is a WHOLE animal so you’ll get this x2 roughly.

Get a mix of chops and roasts – plus lamb shanks and ribs. Great for BBQ, Dinners or any other occasion!

You’ll get between 22 and 26 kg of lamb including bone weight.

Additional information

Finishing Type

Grass Fed, Grain Finished

Packaging

Bulk Packs

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Pricing is based on "dressed weight"

What is “dressed weight? and why is it important?

When buying a side (or quarter) of a cow/sheep etc, the final weight you receive will be less than the total listed by the farmer.

Dressed weight, otherwise known as “hanging weight” is the weight of the carcass after the animal as been killed and the head, blood and offal removed.

So this dressed weight includes all the meat, fat and bones from the “side” of an animal.

From here, the butcher will prepare your “side” or “quarter” based on your specifications.

Some loss of weight can occur through the process of “dry aging” where the meat is allowed to safely “age” this helps to tenderize the meat, but results in some weight loss.

The cut specifications can also have an impact on your final weight, for example, T-bones with bone out will weigh less than bone in.

Dressed weight is used as it is the “most fair” and “most correct” method of weighing an animal for processing.

On average, “boxed weight” can be anywhere from 20% to 30% less than dressed weight.

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Lamb Cuts In Detail

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Lamb Cuts In Detail

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Whole Lamb – Grass Fed and Grass Finished – Cost Price Lamb

Original price was: $330.00.Current price is: $199.00.

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For this price, we can’t be too fancy. Your meat will be bulk packed. (1 different cut to a bag)

If you want to split it up then you’ll need to do this at home.

The forequarter chop is prepared from the side of the lamb. It’s made up of many cuts including the neck, shank and shoulder rack. This economical cut is best slow cooked using either a moist method, such as braising or stewing, or by slow roasting. Forequarter chops are the largest lamb chops available.

None All Chops All Roasts Chops & Roasts (50/50)

The rack contains rib bones, backbone and the thick, meaty rib eye muscle. Reaching its full potential when roasted, the rack is usually further prepared by the removal of the cap and frenching the bones.

None All Loin Chops All Rack Loin Chops & Rack (50/50)

The rear quarter of the lamb includes chump chops, leg roasts and more.

None Roasts Chops Chops & Roasts (50/50)

Also Included

Included with your lamb will be
– Neck chops
– Lamb Shanks
– Spare Ribs

Refrigerated Delivery – ETA 7 to 14 days after ordering.

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