Farm Fresh Eggs - Versailles
Farm Fresh Eggs from free-range chickens, ducks and turkeys. Best tasting, highest quality, and humanely raised eggs available. Free range eggs have been found to have higher A and E vitamin content, and double the amount of omega-3 fatty acids compared to eggs from conventionally raised poultry. Besides having more nutrients, eggs from free range chickens have also been found to have less cholesterol and saturated fats.
Chicken eggs are $3 dozen
Duck eggs are $5 dozen
Fresh, wholesome, unpasteurized milk. Our dairy share is unique since we have three types of milkers in our flerd (flock+herd): Jersey Cow, East Friesian Sheep, and Nubian Dairy Goats. As the old-timers used to say, cows make the best better, goats make the best drinking milk, and sheep make the best cheese milk! When you buy a share of our flerd, then you receive a portion of the milk the flerd produces. If you would like to join the Kentucky Meadows dairy share - please send an email to edcrowleyky at kentuckymeadows.com.
Our flerd is primarily grass fed with some grain supplemented to meet nutritional requirements while milking. No hormones. No antibiotics. Healthy, and natural. Raw milk aids in keeping strong bones, skin care, weight loss, & digestion. It is unpasteurized milk, the process in which it is heated to kill bacteria. However, there are some interesting nutritional and health benefits that make raw milk worth investigating if you are trying to maintain a more natural and holistic diet. More Info
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Now accepting reservations for beef shares. Pasture raised beef - supplemented with hay and grain during the winter. Available October 2019. Whole, half, and quarter shares available. $6 per pound. No antibiotics, no growth hormones, just good, grass fed beef.
Shepards Pie - A classic lamb recipe!
Buttermilk Braised Leg of Lamb - Leg of lamb, one of the best cups.
Sheun Ribs - A little oriental spin on lamb ribs.
Rajathani Curry - This traditional Rajasthani curry from Sumayya makes a great alternative to a standard Madras curry. Here Sumayya uses mutton, but other meats such as lamb and game could be used.
We have a limited amount of individual frozen cuts which are USDA inspected and sold individually. Our price list is in the PDF at the right.
Lamb and Mutton
We provide USDA inspected and processed lamb and mutton. Our lamb and mutton is seasonal with availability in late spring (April-May) and fall (October-November). A $100 deposit is required with the order. We will call you when your order is ready for pickup at our farm in Versailles, Kentucky. We recommend reserving your lamb or mutton in advance!
Whole Lamb $475
Our lamb is 1 year old or less. You will receive approximately 60 lbs of processed meat that is vacuum packed and frozen.
Standard cuts include: 2 leg roasts, 2 racks of lamb, 5 packs of loin chops, 2 lamb shanks, 2 boneless shoulder rolls (or 9 packs of blade chops) your choice, 8 packs of ground lamb, 1 pack of liver, kidneys, and heart.
The meat can be cut to your specifications.
Whole Mutton $750
Our Mutton is between 1 and 3 years old. You will receive approximately 90 lbs of processed meat that is vacuum packed and frozen.
Standard cuts include 2 leg roasts, 2 racks of lamb, 5 packs of loin chops, 2 lamb shanks, 2 boneless shoulder rolls (or 9 packs of blade chops) your choice, 8 packs of ground lamb, 1 pack of liver, kidneys, and heart.
The meat can be cut to your specifications.
Lamb vs. Mutton
Lamb is a sheep that is typically less than 1 year old. There is little fat on lamb, and the meat can vary in color from a tender pink to a pale red. Lamb less than 3 months of age is called spring lamb. Spring lamb is extremely tender but has a milder flavor than lamb. Most sheep meat sold in the United States comes from lambs simply because mutton doesn't have much of a following in the U.S.
Mutton is meat from a sheep that is older than 1 year, ideally 3 years old. It is an intense red color and contains a considerable amount of fat. Its flavor is very strong, and you might have to acquire the taste before being able to enjoy a meal of mutton if you're an American. Our mutton is 1 1/2 to 2 years old, so it has a milder flavour. I really love the mutton - just as much (if not more) than lamb. The ground mutton makes amazing mutton burgers!!
Mutton is much more popular in the Middle East and Europe than in the United States. The gamey flavor of mutton does tend to appeal more to people who also enjoy other game meats such as deer, wild boar, rabbit, and other more exotic animals.