Cedarland Farm is a small family farm in Southeast York county, Pennsylvania. We raise Icelandic sheep on pasture for custom meat and wool products. These sheep are a mountain breed, known for mild flavor and thriving on grass alone. We don't castrate and let the lambs wean naturally to reduce stress and keep gains high.
We believe in farming as naturally as possible, deworming only when needed and not on a regular schedule. By improving the land through intensive grazing and pasture rotation, we build up the fertility of the soil and with a balanced custom mineral/vitamin blend, our sheep are rarely in need of antibiotics.
There will be about 10 lambs available in late Summer/Fall 2009.
Reservations are first come, first served. You can expect 35-45 pounds hanging weight from these delicious lambs. Please contact Amanda to reserve your lamb and we'll arrange a butchering date with you. You can specify your cuts from our local custom butcher.
No shipping available, but farm visitors are welcome and individual cuts are for sale on farm. We also have fresh free-range eggs and vegetables available on a limited basis.
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