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Great tasting grass-fed lamb from the fields to your family

Edgefield Farm grass-fed lamb is now available to pre-order in 2021! Make sure you have plenty of delicious lamb in your diet through the coming year by reserving your lamb today. Use the contact form to send a message, or call or text 413-335-5275 for more information.

Whole lambs

We offer whole lambs, processed under USDA inspection, cut and vacuum-sealed to your specifications. Never ordered a whole lamb before? We’re happy to walk you through the process. The meat from one whole lamb will take up about 1 to 1.5 cubic feet of space in your freezer – or about the space of two paper grocery bags. We are now accepting orders for November delivery. June lambs are sold out. Sorry! A deposit reserves your lamb — be sure to order early because they always sell out!

Delivery options

Free delivery to your home or a mutually convenient meeting spot is available in the greater Keene and Brattleboro areas. Residents of the Concord, Manchester, and Nashua areas may chose to pick up their lamb at Benedikt Dairy in Goffstown or Normanton Farms in Litchfield at no additional charge. We're proud to work with both of these pasture-based farmers, and hope that you'll check out their offerings too!

Other delivery options may be available as well. Just ask!

By the cut

We currently have no lamb to offer by the cut, and will not get any back in stock until Nov. 2021 at the earliest. Sorry!

Why Edgefield Farm lamb?

Customers often tell us they smell grass when they open a package of Edgefield Farm lamb. That’s not surprising – that’s what they’re made of! The pastures of the hills above the Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire have a wonderful blend of soils and climate that grows wonderful, flavorful lamb.

Land acknowledgement

Edgefield Farm operates on N’dakinna, which is the traditional ancestral homeland of the Abenaki, Pennacook, and Wabanaki Peoples past and present. We acknowledge and honor with gratitude the land and waterways and the alnobak (people) who have stewarded N’dakinna throughout the generations. We strive to be worthy of their legacy.