Got a great tasting, pasture-raised lamb in your freezer?
Evermore Farm Pasture- Raised Lamb 2013 ORDER FORM
Seems like every year we’re out of lambs before we’re out of buyers. To insure you have one of our fresh tasting, pasture-raised lamb for your freezer this year, we’re taking advanced orders.
How to Order:
Reserve your lamb by sending in a $50 deposit for a whole lamb or $25 for a half lamb and filling out your cutting instructions, click here. We'll let you know when it's ready, and you'll pick it up here at the farm. The lamb will be cut according to your instructions, professionally wrapped, labeled, and frozen. We use a licensed facility for all our butchering.
How much does it cost? The price is $8.50 per pound based on hanging weight
—the step just before the meat is divided into the familiar retail cuts you cook with. Our pasture-raised lambs average hanging weight is 40-44 lbs. For example, total cost for a whole lamb with a hanging weight of 42 lbs is $357.00 for a whole lamb and $178.50 for a half lamb
Some lambs are smaller, some larger.
We're so glad you found us. Evermore Farm is a small, family owned and operated livestock and produce farm. We are located in Westminster, MD. Although we are not certified organic, we run our farm in a sustainable manner. We support local food systems, better stewardship of our land, and raising animals with respect.
We follow natural, sustainable farming practices including rotational grazing. In our pastures, we raise fork-tender Dexter and Belted Galloway beef cattle and wonderfully mild tasting Katahdin lambs. We promote an intelligent husbandry that supports a more sustainable farming and food system. Our lambs and beef are grass-fed and hormone, antibiotic, and steroid free. Nothing artificial is added to their diets. Our hogs are Berkshires which produce a smooth, almost buttery tasting pork. Our pigs range on pasture but also receive a grain mix to balance their diet. Our Rhode Island Red layers and Freedom Ranger and Cobb meat birds roam in open spaces, receiving a balanced grain diet, grasses, weeds, and the occasional worm.
We believe that to really change the food system, we need small farms in every community raising crops and livestock with attention to whole farming systems and sensitvity for local values.
"Yes, I am the gate. Those who come in through me will be saved. They will come and go freely and will find good pasture." John 10:9
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