FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We often get asked how much freezer space do I need for a lamb box? The simple answer is actually far less then you expect. A whole lamb pack is a similar size to 6 loaves of bread. The cuts from a half lamb box will easily fit into one draw of an upright freezer or one bucket of a chest freezer.
SHARING A BOX IS VERY COMMON
If freezer space is still an issue then why not share the box with friends, family, work colleagues or a neighbour? Make receiving a box of ‘Wild Lamb’ a fun event and that way you can also share on cost.
We get asked if our boxed lamb is more expensive than buying it at a supermarket or local butcher. The simple answer is you can’t actual tell what animal welfare, production or supply chain practices you are condoning by purchasing generic meat at normal retail outlets.
In contrast, when you purchase lamb directly from Glenlee Farm you will know the provenance, production practices, animal welfare values and customised processes with which this food was prepared for you, your family and friends.
As a guide a whole lamb (22-25kg) is approximately $16 per kilogram while a half lamb (10-12 kg) is approximately $18.70 per kilogram.
To maintain freshness and tenderness, your customised lamb package is delivered in meal size portions in vacuum-sealed cryovac bags. This allows you to keep your meat in the fridge for 3-4 weeks or frozen for up to 12 months.