Grass-Fed Leg of Lamb
We've done the hard work for you on this shank off, sirloin off leg of lamb. This Anderson Ranches grass-fed beauty is all of the pleasure with none of the pain.
Boneless and lean with a nice fat cap, the lamb leg roast is perfect for a slow and low roast, smoke, or wood fired grill.
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Shipped orders are due December 12th, 11:59pm.
Pickup orders are due Sunday December 19th, 11:59.
Christmas pickup hours:
Monday 12/20, 9-5
Tuesday 12/21, 9-5
Wednesday 12/22, 9-5
Thursday 12/23, 9-5
*Holiday shipping delays*
Orders heading out of the Bay Area will only ship on Monday and Tuesday.
Orders within the Bay Area will be delivered Monday through Friday. We do not deliver on Saturday or Sunday.
Our butchery processes orders within two business days. You will receive an email when your order is out for delivery.
Pick up hours are Monday-Thursday 9-5pm & Friday 9-3pm. You will receive a notice when your order is ready. Please have this email with you to receive your product. If you're unable to pick your order up during our normal pickup times, please email us at email@example.com. We're happy to accommodate other pickup times.
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ABOUT THE RANCH
Willamette Valley, OR
5th generation rancher Reed Anderson raises his grass-fed lamb on his family's 1,000-acre Ranch in the Willamette Valley. Blessed with 45–60 inches of annual rainfall and a temperate coastal climate, the Willamette Valley is ideal for raising grass-fed meat year round. The Valley’s lush growing conditions eliminate the need for supplemental feed.
Reed is a pioneer of vertically integrated ranching — owning the land, the lamb, and the onstite low-stress serpantien abattoir. Anderson Ranches is Certified Humane. The herd’s experience is low stress from start to finish, which has a lasting effect on the lamb’s tenderness and flavor.