Why is natural better?

All of our sheep graze on pastures consisting of a
natural forage of mixed grasses and legumes and
are fed minimal grain. Lambs are born in late April
and early May and are always with their mothers in
the pasture until weaning at around 4 months old.
Our lambs are weaned at a slightly older age than
some farms because we feel that allowing a lamb
with its mother as long as possible promotes proper
physical and mental development. We sustain
high-quality pasture by practicing management
intensive grazing, and none of our pastures are
ever treated with pesticides or herbicides. Over the
long winters, we feed a hay consisting of alfalfa,
timothy, clover and brome harvested from our
field adjacent to our pastures.

What this means is a product that is all-natural  
What this means is healthy food.  Try it and we
think you'll agree, natural really
is better!

Why Local?

Buying local supports your neighbors who are
committed to providing quality products to the
community, allows you to know exactly where
your food comes from, and reduces the miles your
food has to travel to reach your plate.  Eating local
is a win-win situation.

Availability?

Lamb usually becomes available in December and
is available while supplies last.  Reservations are
always a good idea and we'd be thrilled  to reserve a
lamb for you!  Please watch our website for more
information or
contact us anytime for more
information!
Why lamb?

The question really should be "Why not?"
Almost all USA lamb cuts are graded prime,
price per pound is comparable to prime cut
beef, and the FDA classifies lamb as a 'lean'
meat, which means it has low levels of
saturated fat and cholesterol. It is here for
more information and some really great recipes
(
American Lamb.com)
Mailing Address:  Fiddle Knoll Farm, N5167 Kuivinen Rd., Skandia, MI  49885
1-906-439-5135
sue@fiddleknollfarm.com
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Fresh, Naturally Raised Lamb
Freezer Lamb Packages
Packages are available as half or whole orders and are sold by the pound.  Each package will
contain the following (although your order may contain a bit more less so we can meet the
target weight).  Prices include USDA processing and vacuum packaging.
Half Lamb, 15 lbs.  $155.00
4 Rib chops (2 per pkg)
6 Loin chops (2 per pkg)
1 Shoulder roast
1 Leg of lamb
1 lb. Stew / Kabob medallions
1 lb. Soup neck bones
3-4 lbs. Ground lamb
Whole Lamb, 30 lbs. $300.00
8 Rib chops
12 Loin chops
2 Shoulder roasts
2 Legs of lamb
2 lbs. Stew / Kabob medallions
2 lb.s Soup neck bones
6-8 lbs. Ground lamb



On-farm pickup or half and whole deliveries to Marquette
weekly.  Contact us for pickup location.