Everything listed under: lamb

  • Recipe: Harvest Lamb

    Ingredients Leg of lamb (or shoulder roast) Apple juice or cider Garlic cloves, sliced thick Fresh rosemary Cut slits every 3"around roast. Insert slices of garlic, then put a small sprig of rosemary in each. Place roast in a zip lock bag, and pour a couple cups of the apple juice in bag.

  • Recipe: All-American Lamb Burgers

    Ingredients: 1-1/2# ground lamb 4 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 Tbls balsamic vinegar 1-1/2 tsp garlic salt 1 tsp pepper 1 tsp dried thyme leaves, crushed Instructions: Mix all together and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Grill 4 - 5 minutes per side

  • Recipe: Lamb Shanks

    Ingredients: Lamb shanks Italian seasoning Season salt Garlic powder Cayenne pepper (optional) Chicken bullion for broth Instructions: Sprinkle each side of shank with above seasonings. Heat heavy pan, and add oil to lightly coat. Place each shank in the heated pan and sear, browning on each side well.

  • Recipe: Lamb Marinade

    Ingredients: 1 (4 to 5 pound) leg or shoulder 1 cup Dijon style mustard ½ cup oil 2 Tbls red wine 2 clove garlic – crushed 1 tsp dried rosemary 1 tsp dried basil ½ tsp dried oregano ½ tsp dried thyme ¼ tsp pepper Instructions Combine in shallow bowl or a zip lock bag, blending well. Place meat in container, cover and refrigerate 4 – 8 hours (or overnight). Great cooked on the grill or in the oven @ 325 degrees (approx 35 minutes per pound) at an internal temp of 150 for medium.

  • Mother Natures Blessing?

    We have been questioning the force of Mother Nature this year with the wild fluctuations and dramatic scenes on television. The hurricanes, floods, drought... The canal that we and many others get our irrigation water from was washed out in April this year due to a mudslide.

  • Wet Wake Up Call

    We had our first lamb born last weekend in the midst of the massive rain fall. We had 1 1/2" of rain last Saturday and 2 1/2" on Sunday that really woke us up - we are not ready for the winter months! Due to the wake up call, we decided to move all of the ewes back to our house pastures so we can keep a closer eye on them.

  • How many hours are in a day?

    Time has certanly slipped away from me, as I realized it has been quite some time since I have posted to our website. We have recently added to our farm property and have been busy moving the animals around and fencing. The cattle and sheep are all at the new property in some very lush grass, eating away!

  • Whirlwind of growth

    There has been so much going on around here... where do I start? Our family was fortunate enough to purchase a parcel of property that seems like an ideal fit for us.

  • spring time

    Oh what a month! I keep asking for more hours in the day, but worry that I would probably fill them up. We have started to calve, and so far they look pretty good and healthy.