We have Katahdin lamb in the case today! Have you heard about this breed? The low-maintenance, easy care sheep were first bred in the 1950's with a goal for both fiber and meat production. Crossed with the English Suffolk and other breeds, they were named after Mt. Katahdin in Maine, and are very heat and cold tolerant, making them a great breed for living in Wisconsin. Our lambs are from Double Ewe Sheep Farm in Arena, Wi. The farm takes pride in providing natural wholesome products and mission is to produce the finest pasture-raised lamb and beef using care and conscience.