Cutting Instructions - Lamb/Goat

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • If you are submitting multiple orders for several customers but plan to pick up for them, please label the various orders with letter designations. (ie Smith A, Smith B, Smith C by using the suffix box)
  • Help us prevent duplicate accounts by listing your spouse.
  • For use on label
  • Used for notification of completed order. Check your Spam/Junk folder if you don't see the notification in your Inbox.
  • Each order has a $40 Administration fee attached. The more animals you put on one cut sheet, the lower the overall charge will be.
    Everyday boxes are unable to be returned. Premium boxes can be returned* for a credit on your account. *Credit will be applied to account once boxes have been checked in and condition, etc has been approved by staff.
  • $16.50 per order; Label Claim Application and certifications due in office prior to drop off
  • Order Basics

    Good for making soup.
    Slow Cook.
    It speaks for itself.
  • Tender middle of the Lamb- Bone In Chops have you eating like King and Queen.
  • Tender middle of the Lamb- Bone In Chops have you eating like King and Queen.
  • Submission

    By clicking submit, you agree that the cutting instructions are final. Here's to good clean meat and we appreciate your order! Basic Slaughter Fees: $.80/lb hanging weight (Minimum of $35). Processing (includes vacuum packing!) - $1.20/lb hanging weight(Minimum of $40) Federal Inspection $16.50, Shearing Charge if over 1/2 " $50. Freezer rental of $4.71/day will start 7 days after notification of a completed order. Submissions after slaughter appointment and/or changes to the order after submission are subject to a $10 change order fee. Additional fees may apply in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Note there are some seasoning options unable for patties. We strive to work efficiently to keep the cost of your order as low as possible.

    Please note, due to labeling regulations, lambs and goats must be on separate orders. You may combine them on the livestock drop off sheet, but we must have them on separate orders/cut instructions in order to comply with tracking, tracing, and labeling requirements.