Collins Creek Farm
Katahdins are a breed of sheep that have hair instead of wool. They shed their coat naturally each spring, sparing the need to sheer. They have much less lanolin in their coats than wool breeds, which gives their meat a very mild flavor, without the typical "gaminess". They are known for their excellent mothering capabilities and their ease of care. We have a closed herd and only use antibiotics when absolutely necessary, which is extremely rare. We offer individual cuts, vacuum sealed and processed in a USDA facility. Once you try our delicate lamb chops or delicious lamb steaks, you will fall in love with the taste!