LAMB Processing Choices:
Lamb Chops: What thickness do you want?
(Most customers prefer 1 inch, some prefer thinner ¾ inch.)
How many chops per package?
Lamb chops average from 1 ounce to 3 ounce.
(Most customers request 4 to 8 chops per package.)
Shoulder Roasts: Standard size is 3 lb.
If roast is not wanted, you may have it cut to all steaks or trim out.
Shoulder Steaks: What thickness do you want?
(¾ inch is normal.)
How many per package?
Most will do 1 less steak than chops.
Back Hams: Can be left whole or cut in ½. (There is one ham per ½ lamb)
The leg of lambs can be smoked for an additional $0.75/lb.
Spare ribs: Can be packaged as ribs or trimmed out.
Hocks: Can keep or have trimmed out.
Heart, Tongue and Liver: Can be packaged. Heart and tongue can be added to Trim.
Trim: Can package as stew meat or lamb burger. (Lamb makes delicious burger.)
Sausage, such as seasoned links can be made for an additional cost.
Links are $1.85/lb
Recommendations & Notes.