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Bramham Wiltshire Horns

  • Joined Oct 2014
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lamb boxes
« on: November 08, 2015, 03:11:16 pm »
hi there ive seen a few post from people who sell these

sorry if there is already a post 

just trying to do some reasearch and any replies i get will go into spreadsheet so i can get some averages

so what i am askins is:

for arguments sake its 10kg box

what area are you?

what lamb do you have?

what cuts of meat do you put in the box (joints/steak/burgers etc)

what price do you look to acheive per box

butcher/slaughter costs?

if i get some reults in i will post the spreadsheet back up for all to see

if you dont feel comfortable in posting anything thats not a problem

many thanks
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kris

  • Joined Jun 2012
Re: lamb boxes
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2015, 03:26:30 pm »
 hey  intresting post  ive been trying to  push somtning like this locally but hard is an understatement   
 i do half  lamb box or whole some times ill do a 1/4  box
 oxfordshire  here
 i have a mixture of sheep aberdales ( Texle  cross )  crossed back over  with a tex or suflock  going to cross this time with  Oxford downs

 cuts  i keep it simple  different with my pigs
 basically  everything off half a lamb  butcherd down  i do some chops  leg and shoulder  and everything else  ill split the liver and through in the kidney  if they want the hart  then  in it goes
 i would like to get 50- 60  a half however maket  prices  dont help at the moment  i have got 80 a half in the past 

 butchering and slaugher chargees  allow about 40 per head inc charges

 hope thats some help  ill  answer the  pigg one for you as well  in a min
 

nutterly_uts

  • Joined Jul 2014
  • Jersey - for now :)
Re: lamb boxes
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2015, 03:54:00 pm »
I've just bought a half lamb box here in Jersey. I can't help with butchering costs but I can tell you what they offered for the money :)

I had 2 options. Both are texel or texel cross sheep and are grass fed (I do not know if any extra feed was used)

A) 9.50/kg
2 x Half legs of lamb
1x Whole shoulder on the bone
1 x Rack (french trim)
Chump chops
Loin chops

B) 90 (approx. 8-10kg).
1x whole shoulder,
2x 1/2 legs,
loin chops,
double cutlets,
leg steaks or diced lamb,
1x shoulder fillet,
boned and rolled breast,
neck for stewing and
bones to make stock
This one also specified that its 10 day dry aged lamb

Neither offer the offal with it but I presume you could ask for it if you wanted it?

 

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