What is Lamb like?
Pasture-fed lamb from hair sheep is one of the most satisfying meats with a wonderfully mild flavor.
The fat is not the same as wool sheep, so many folks who have a hard time with the strong flavors in most lamb have found a new favorite coming from the hair sheep breeds.
What is the hair sheep breed?
Before I get to the recipe, I wanted to give you the main difference between a hair sheep and wool sheep breed and how that significantly differentiates the flavor of the meat ...
Here is one of my favorite and simplest ways to roast a delicious shoulder roast...
Garlic Rosemary Shoulder Roast
Oven Preheat: 450 degrees
2 tsp organic garlic powder or sliced fresh garlic cloves
A little more about the 7U Flock - And our Shepherdesses
The hair sheep flock, here at the ranch have slowly grown into a quality group of ewes, rams and lambs, through the hard work of both Charise (Rise) and Rhian Allen. (Our daughters.)
Over the last few years, when they were in high school, Rise and Rhian have worked to improve the health of their flock through natural healing remedies, grazing rotations, and culling for strong genetics. They've made many difficult, but rewarding decisions that have created wonderful results in their flock.
This allows us to produce lamb that is healthy and has not had any chemical wormers, pour-ons, antibiotics or vaccines in its lifetime. This is what we strive for in all of our meats!
A dedicated mother and wife who has a passion for everything healthy and gift for simplifying that knowledge and making it applicable for others.
Charise, (also goes by Rise) Takes care of the sheep with her sister, here on the ranch. She also milks cows, and loves creating natural cleaners with quality oils and ingredients, through her business: Natural Oil Health.