Superior Farms Colorado Lamb
At Lombardi Brothers Meats we specialize in local, Colorado Lamb. When given many options, we sought to offer product from a local, independent, family and employee owned company.
Superior Farms has been supporting Colorado, family owned ranches since 1964. Many of these family run farms are exceeding four generations. As a result, these Colorado ranchers’ roots run deep, with a strong Colorado ranching heritage. Without a doubt this commitment shows in the care that goes into raising each animal. The flocks are free to roam and forage on natural Colorado offerings, just as nature intended. Their diet consists of mostly grass, brush and sage. To improve sustainability, the lamb also graze in vineyards. This reduces the need to use heavy equipment, while replenishing the nutrients in the soil. The unsurpassed flavor of Colorado Raised Lamb has become world renowned and is available in our backyard.
Lombardi Brothers Meats is proud to cater to our customers specific needs. We offer whole animal dry aging to custom cuts and portions. Superior Farms has agreed with Lombardi Brothers Meats to offer a 48-hour harvest to purveyor program. Therefore ensuring our customers are receiving the freshest Colorado Lamb available on the market.
Compared to imported lamb, there are a few characteristics that set American Lamb apart, including size, quality and price. American Lamb has become more sought after in recent years, this is due to its quality and consistency. Equally important is the flavor and tenderness of the lamb, both traits that Colorado Lamb excel in. In particular, the lamb from New Zealand and Australia is known for being much smaller. Admittedly, because of their small size, New Zealand lamb tend to be the cheapest. While a little bigger in size than New Zealand Lamb, Australian Lamb, fed an all grass diet, tend to have a more gamey flavor. Lombardi Brothers Meats specifically sources local Colorado Lamb, a lean, nutritious and delicious choice.
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