At Bibb Forest Farm, our sheep play an important role in our multi-species, holistic grazing program. Our lambs graze in a flerd (flock and herd) along with cattle and our milking goats. We raise katahdin sheep and they tend to browse similarly to our milking goats preferring different forage than the cattle. They never receive antibiotics, artificial growth hormones or steroids. A stress-free lifestyle produces lamb that is distinctively clean tasting, mild, tender, and not at all gamey.
Cooking & Serving
Cooking Methods: Pan-Roast, Roast, Sous Vide, Grill
Cooking Tips: Rack of lamb pairs well with a variety of seasonings, from fresh herbs like rosemary and thyme to Dijon mustard, spicy harissa, or simply olive oil and coarse salt and pepper. Gently score the fat cap before cooking. The rack can also be sliced into individual or double chops before cooking, if desired. Rack of lamb and lamb chops are best enjoyed medium-rare, or 145 degrees F on an instant-read thermometer. Always allow the finished lamb to rest before slicing or serving.
We currently do not offer shipping on any of our meat products. We have listed our inventory online for pickup at one of our weekly markets/CSA pickup-points.
Currently our only pickup point is West End’s winter market located at Gayton Road Christian Church every Saturday 9-noon.
12050 Ridgefield Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23233
Please make a note if you want to pickup at a later date during checkout! Thank you 🙂
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