It’s that time of year again when we’ve restocked our freezers. We know that so many of you have been waiting for this, and you’ll be pleased to find that we’ve done our best to keep our prices as low as we can to help you fill your freezers. Don’t forget to stock up on your favorite Fox Trot Farm lamb for your holiday meals for the coming year because, once we sell out, we won’t be restocking again until next fall. Just give us a call or text or email to reserve your order and we’ll call you when it’s ready!
Our Lamb: Fox Trot Farm lamb is grass-fed and pasture-raised in the fresh air and sunshine of our 47 acre farm in the rolling hills of Lancaster County, South Carolina. They are from a small flock of a breed of sheep that is specially bred to produce lean, mild, tender, and juicy meat. Fox Trot Farm is registered and inspected by the state of South Carolina and the meat is inspected by the United States Department of Agriculture for public sales from our farm and to restaurants and markets. Please call or email for availability before you come to buy. 803-804-3541; email@example.com
Frenched Racks $29/lb. (9 rib) (grilling, frying, roasting)
Loin Chops $25/lb. (2 per pack, approximately 1 1/4″ thick) (grilling, frying)
Legs, Bone-in $16/lb. (Grilling, roasting, cutting for making kabobs)
Shanks, $16/lb. (2 per pack) (braising, stewing, roasting)
Kabob/Stew $16/lb. (approximately 1 lb. packs) (Kabobs, grilling, stew, soup)
White Wine & Garlic Sausage $14.50/lb. (1 lb. pack, looks like bratwurst) (frying, grilling, stir fry, pizza, pasta sauces)
Ground $13/lb. (approximately 1 lb. packs) (burgers, meatballs, meatloaf, pasta sauces, Shepherd’s Pie, etc.)
Neck Roast $13/lb. (braising, stewing)
Bones/Ribs $4.50/lb. (great for making bone broth!)
Call, email, or text to pre-order and we’ll have your order ready for you for pickup here at the farm or at a convenient drop off location in Union or Lancaster County. DebbieBinSC@gmail.com is my email address.
Fox Trot Farm Market Hours: Just give us a call to let us know when you’d like to come: 803-804-3541
Lamb is Lean – On average, a three ounce serving of lamb has only 175 calories and meets the FDA definition for lean. According to FDA guidelines, lean meat has less than 10 grams of fat, less than 4.5 grams of saturated fat, and less than 95 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 grams or 3.5 oz. It is also an excellent source of protein, vitamins B12, niacin, zinc, and selenium and a good source of iron and riboflavin. So if health is important to you, this is the meat for you!