Leaping Lamb Farm is located in a quiet creek valley of western Oregons Coast Range, 22 miles from the Pacific (as the crow flies) and 25 miles from the university town of Corvallis. Our farm was originally homesteaded in 1862.
We are in the business of selling our pasture-raised Katahdin/Dorper cross lamb directly to local customers. Depending on the time of year, most of these animals range freely around the property. We also have a large market garden, greenhouse, orchards, and an abundance of other domesticated (and not) animals on the property.
Where to Find Our Products
We sell our lamb direct to consumers. You may buy as a whole (live) lamb that is butchered onsite with cut directions worked out between you (owner) and the butcher shop. The lamb is returned in frozen packages. Or we sell lamb by the cut in USDA packaging. We currently do not wholesale feeder lambs.
Antibiotic free; processed on-site (no hauling)
Grazing, Pasture and Nutrient Management Practices
Rotational grazing on 100% pasture. Animals are LLF haying finished on-pasture, on-site. We manage our pasture by rotational grazing, UAN on hay field, and using lime intermittently on pastures. We do not use any insect or pest management practices. We annually spread composted horse, sheep, chicken manure and bedding on pasture.
Creek maintenance, forest trail management.