So, why is Goose Pond Farm so good? We are pasture raised experts! Our delicious, pasture raised lamb has been raised on lush green Alabama pasture with lots of fresh air, a bundle of TLC, and without any drugs, growth stimulants or steroids. It is free of growth promoting hormones and antibiotics, and it is produced in a way that is humane and friendly to both our earth and the animals.
If you love lamb, now is the time to act?
How is the Lamb sold? Lamb is only sold by the half or whole.
What must I do to get this delicious lamb? First you must get your reservation to us and submit your deposit. A deposit of $75 per half is required at the time you place your order.
To submit your reservation on-line and pay by credit/debit card. Click on the "Buy Now" button below and choose quantity from drop down list . If you want more than a half, indicated number of halves you want when you select the "Buy Now" button below. For example, two halves equal a whole.
What will I get? Once you place your reservation, you'll receive an email with instructions on how to proceed with the cutting process. Your lamb is going to be custom cut to your specification (worry not, we'll walk you thru this process) which will include gourmet quality chops, tender moist roasts, and delicious lamb-burger. All your meat will be wrapped, labeled, frozen and ready for your freezer.
When will I be able to pick up my lamb? We need orders for 10 lambs before we can economically make the trip to the processor. So, there is no way to know when that will be. If you wish to get your lamb by a certain date, we will have to charge an additional fee to make a special trip. Otherwise we will inform you when your lamb will be ready.
How much does it cost? We charge $7.00 per pound based on the "hanging carcass" weight (less your deposit) plus $60 per half for the processing expense. While it is very difficult to give exact numbers, we are estimating the average cost will be around $250 to $350 per half (very few will be anywhere near the $350 range, but we like to cover our bases).
Deadline: Once the last animals is sold. However, two things to consider: This is a small farm that is dedicated to focusing on quality and there is 24 years of folks who have already tried our lamb and do not have to "think" about it.
We know what we’re doing! This is the only way we’ve been raising lamb for the last 24 years, so we haven’t just jumped on the bandwagon of the grass-fed craze. We are pasture raised experts! Natural growth, great taste and good health start in the soil and works it’s way through the grass. Lambs that eat healthy grass, which is grown in healthy soil, are healthy and that, in turn, provides you with good, clean, healthy food. All of this is so you can have the best.