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USDA LAMB MEAT

Wholesale & Retail

Please contact us for wholesale accounts.

Locally Grown, Farm Fresh.

From Our Farm to Your Table


REG. & COMMERCIAL HAIR SHEEP BREEDING STOCK

Registered Dorper, White Dorper & Katahdin

F1 Katahdin/White Dorper Cross 


Our Mission

Our mission is to produce high quality Registered Full Blood and F1 Cross Commercial Breeding stock for Breeders and commercial market lamb meat producers  with high parasite resistance, high productivity, good mothering ability and proven Estimated Breeding Values (EBV's) through participation in the National Sheep Improvement Program (NSIP). 


Our continued efforts will be to produce the highest quality dry-aged meat with exceptional mild flavor and tenderness from the market lambs that do not meet our strict guidelines for breeding stock.


We are members of the Katahdin Hair Sheep International,  American Dorper Sheep Breeders Association, Georgia Sheep & Wool Association,  American Sheep Industry, Mid-South Regional Dorper Association, and South Central Katahdin Association. We participate in the Sheep Safety & Quality Assurance program, Certified Meat Goat Producers, and National Sheep Improvement Program.


Dorper Sheep – Meat Sheep for the Modern Producer.​

The Dorper is a South African breed of domestic sheep developed by crossing Dorset Horn and the Blackhead Persian sheep. The breed was created through the efforts of the South African Department of Agriculture to breed a meat sheep suitable to the more arid regions of the country. It is now farmed in other areas as well, and is the second most common sheep breed in South Africa.


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Katahdin Hair Sheep

A BREED WHOSE TIME HAS COME

The Katahdin is a breed of domestic sheep developed in Maine, United States and named after Mount Katahdin - the state’s highest peak. The breed was developed during in the second half of the 20th century by crossing selected St. Croix sheep from the Virgin Islands with various other breeds, including the Suffolk. Lambs were selected based on hair coat, meat-type conformation, high fertility, and flocking instinct.

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