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Our Product

Premium, natural lamb

Stoneridge71 Lamb is a premium product grown in the Hilltops Region of NSW. Our lambs are all born and raised here on chemical free pastures with a focus on their health and well-being. We concentrate on ensuring our soils are as healthy as possible by using grazing management techniques that ensure all land has time to recover from each grazing and use only natural inputs to allow the soil organisms to flourish. This means the grasses that we grow are healthy and strong which in turn gives our animals a highly nutritious diet producing meat that is itself healthy, nutritious and natural.

Farming as nature intended

The different seasons, from cold frosty winters to hot dry summers (-5˚ to 45˚), gives our lambs a great diversity of feed during the year. As all our lambs are grass-fed and finished, with no added feed, the flavour changes with the season as the grass that they feed on changes. All our lambs are born during spring which gives them the best possible start in life as this is when we have an abundance of feed.

Unlike supermarkets we don’t aim to have every lamb exactly the same as the last, they change as the seasons and feed changes and this is normal in a grass-fed grazing system. The size, colour, texture, tenderness and flavour will change throughout the year which is ‘as nature intended’.

Better for our animals, better for you

Being a family owned and run business we are small enough to be able to spend time with our animals practising low stress stock handling techniques. This means that our stock are not exposed to stressful situations such as bulk livestock carriers and saleyards where stock can spend extended periods away from food and water. By transporting them ourselves we can ensure that our animals are not exposed to these stressful periods.

Due to being grass-fed our lamb is higher in omega 3 fatty acids, high in lineolic acids and lower in saturated fats it also contains higher levels of vitamins and minerals than grain fed lamb found in feedlots and supermarkets. This means it is much better for you and your family’s health.

We thought the lamb was delicious- very tender and tasty!

- Jane

Tasted better than store-bought lamb!

- Andrew

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