We will not be doing it ourselves. But Brownie needs to go to the freezer. Son wanted to keep him but he can't stay after today. (must make appointment but when?)
Which leads me to... What is the best age to butcher a lamb at? And why?
We've butchered both a old lamb and mutton. They both taste lamby to me (good other then that). I like lamb so I'm wondering if it's an age thing.
Oh and the other kids aren't supporting Johnny. They're all going mmm lamb.
wife to Ed (wonderful, loving, husband, who puts up with me) homeschool mom to Gehlan 16, Alison 13, Johnny 10 and Evalynn 5 Dolly llama, 4 dogs, 20 chickens, 2 cats, 1 ferret Carmel (Ayrshire), her calf born July 1st Butterfly, Azalea (Jersey bottle heifer)
2 children Steven and Leila permitted 006 RCM Dairy Lilly a sale barn rescue Jersey Sapphire Jersey Sweet Pea Jersey/Hereford Ginger the Jersey/Highlander/Angus/Hereford heifer chickens and some guiny hens house cats KC , Stinker + strays 1 cow dog X was my Moms Girl Emmy a Fjord QH X mare 2 pigs Miss Piggy and Charlotte and the ever changing bottle calves
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