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American Grassfed Association Certified Grassfed Lamb

"More than four hundred years ago, the first Churro sheep were brought into the Southwest by Don Juan Onate. The fact that these sheep still exist today is a testimony to their endurance and endearment. No other sheep population in the history of the world has survived such selective pressure with such dignity and spirit. Even though the Navajo-Churro breed still exists, it is considered a Rare Breed. The gene pool is presently large enough to maintain the breed type with the diversity of available unrelated lines. Fortunately for breeders, a well established network of registered stock is available, scattered throughout the US and Canada.These sheep with their long staple of protective top coat and soft undercoat are well suited to extremes of climate. Some rams have four fully developed horns, a trait shared by few other breeds of the world. The Navajo-Churro is highly resistant to disease, and although it responds to individual attention, it needs no pampering to survive and prosper. The ewes lamb easily and are fiercely protective. Twins and triplets are not uncommon. The flavor of the meat is incomparably superior, with a surprisingly low fat content." - Navajo Churro Sheep Association

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Navajo-Churro is regarded by many chefs as the most desirable breed when it comes to lamb or mutton. It is also the only gourmet lamb meat recognized by Slow Food USA. The unusually low lanolin levels translate to an excellent "sweet" taste, compared to commercial breeds. The meat is tender and captures the flavor of the rangeland or pasture it is raised on. Because Churro sheep put most of their fat around their organs, the meat is more lean than that of other commercial breeds. We raise our sheep on grass and native grass hay and allow them to range through the pastures on our farm. Because they mature slowly, Churros are still classified as lamb at 9-14 months of age, and that is when we deliver them live to an excellent local, USDA-inspected butcher. We offer the meat frozen. Hanging weight for whole full sized lamb carcasses typically range from 20 to 30 lbs. Our lambs are smaller than commercial lamb and thus all cuts will be proportionally smaller.

Whole lambs are sold by the hanging weight at $7.10/lb plus $100 butcher fee. 

Total cost to purchase a whole lamb ranges from $240-$350 depending on size.

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Hanging weight for half lamb carcasses typically range from 10 to 15 lbs.

Half lambs are sold by the hanging weight at $8.35/lb plus $50 butcher fee

The total to purchase a half lamb ranges from $130-$220 depending on size.

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Individual Cuts

  • Ground Lamb
  • Ground Lamb Organ Meat
  • Lamb Kabob Meat
  • Lamb Loin
  • Lamb Shank
  • Lamb Stew Meat
  • Leg of Lamb
  • Loin Chop
  • Rack of Lamb
  • Rib Chop
  • Rocky Mountain Lamb Oysters (Testicles)

If individual cuts are available, you'll find them listed in the store products below. ↓


2018 Lamb Harvest is May, 15, 2018! Get your deposit for half and whole lambs in NOW!


For bulk shares, including 1/2 & whole, we will contact you often with details regarding your purchase, including date of butcher, cut sheets (if applicable), and when you can expect your lamb to be available for pickup. 

Once farmers market season starts, for ground lamb and individual cuts, you can visit our booth at the Colorado Farm & Art Market every Wednesday from 3pm-7pm hosted by the Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum, or visit our booth at the Colorado Farm & Art Market every other Saturday from 9am-1pm, hosted by the Margarita at Pine Creek. Please be sure to check our event calendar to double check the Saturdays that we will be at the CFAM. 

Once ground lamb and individual cuts are available, there will be a purchasing option above ↑. Those items will also be available for delivery, farm pickup and farmers market pickup. 


Place your order anytime before Tuesday at noon for Wednesday CFAM market pick-up or Friday at noon for (every other) Saturday CFAM pick-up. 

Wednesdays:      3pm-7pm    Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum 215 S. Tejon Street Colorado Springs June 13-October 10

Every other Saturday:          9am-1pm            The Margarita at Pine Creek         7350 Pine Creek Rd Colorado Springs June 16-October 13

Please see our event calendar to double check farmers market dates


Place your order anytime before Thursday at noon and pick-up your order here at the farm during these following appointment times:

Thursdays:          4pm-7pm

Fridays:              2pm-5pm

Sundays:            2pm-5pm                 

22755 E Garrett Rd  Calhan, CO 80808


We offer Monday farm door-to-front door delivery service to the Colorado Springs area. No need to be home! Just leave a cooler and payment at your front door, and we'll drop off your order.If you live in the Colorado Springs Area, you can receive Door-to-Door Delivery, but you must be pre-qualified before signing up for this option.  Please E-mail us to determine if your location qualifies - Fee of $5.00 per delivery, or free delivery with $20 minimum order.


Our on-farm store is in the works! But until its open, please take advantage of our Monday farm door-to-front door delivery or take a little drive to pick up at the farm.

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