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Farm Guide > Listing > Diamond 5 Farms

Marshall County
, Farm stand, online
Aaron & Nicole Smith
PO Box 1562
Lewisburg, TN 37091
615-440-3017
hello@diamond5farms.com
www.diamond5farms.com/
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Season: April - September (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Lamb, Rabbit, Honey
All Natural 100% PREMIUM GRASS-FED and GRASS-FINISHED LAMB

Diamond 5 Farms strives to raise the best tasting, healthiest lamb possible. The lamb you buy from Diamond 5 Farms is grass-fed, free range lamb - NO growth hormone, NO antibiotic, NO GMO's.

We raise a unique breed of sheep called Katahdin Hair Sheep. The lamb is absolutely delicious - renown for its flavor. Katahdin meat is tender, flavorful and lean - NOT greasy or strong tasting like most wool breeds. So, if you have only tried lamb from New Zealand and Australia, try our Katahdin lamb - you will be in for a treat!

Our lamb is available year round by the retail cut or by whole or half share. We do deliver to certain locations and sell at a couple of the online farmers markets, but farm pick up is available too by appointment only.

2015 lamb shares typically sell out quick, so get yours before they are gone!



Last modified: Mon Jan 30 2017
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