1) When will my meat arrive?
We ship all our orders on Tuesday of every week with one day shipping. This guarantees your meat will arrive to your door by Wednesday evening.
2) How am I going to get my meat?
Your meat will be packed in the box frozen and will arrive at your door frozen.
3) How do you know that my meat will still be frozen when it gets to me?
We add dry ice to every package of meat to ensure that it stays frozen in transit to you. The dry ice is so much colder than the already frozen meat that it actually brings the temperature of the meat down further.
4) So, what do I do with the dry ice?
We suggest that after you have emptied your meat out of the package you set the entire package (box, liner and remaining dry ice) in the garage where it can't be bothered. The dry ice will naturally dissipate within 24-36 hours.
4) Is your meat grassfed?
All animals are grassfed – what you really want to know is are they solely grass finished? No, our animals aren’t grass finished. Our animals spend the majority of their lives rotating through our pastures but come into the barn to eat grain and hay during the last few months before harvest. Adding the grain to their diet adds the marbling (or fat within the meat) to the steaks that brings out all the extra flavor.
5) Are there any antibiotics in this meat?
No, there are no antibiotics in our meat. Or any other meat you can buy elsewhere. If needed, we will use antibiotics to treat our animals if they become sick but those animals are not used for our meat program.
6) I don't know how to cook lamb, where do I start?
Lamb is a delicious and nutrious type of protein but can be intimidating because it isn’t very popular. We love finding new recipes to try from the American Lamb Board website. Check them out here: https://www.americanlamb.com/recipes-1
Other questions? You’re welcome to email Krysti (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she’ll be happy to answer them!