Our aim at Kelowna Free Graze Lamb is to bring you tasty, healthful, farm fresh local lamb. 100% grass-fed, our lamb is raised with no routine medication on organic pasture and local hay from mid-April until ready for sale. Each lamb is inspected and processed in our on-farm provincially licensed abattoir and available as a whole or half carcass or cut and wrapped to your order. Please phone Felicity and Gordon at 250-861-7005 or click Contact Us to inquire or place your order for lamb or wool. For reservations at the guest house, please phone Mark at 250-860-6108.

Latest News From the Farm...

  1. Last Sausage Sale of the Year

    September 3, 2015

    rsz_2697562382_5de96a1406_bWe are gearing up to have our last sausage sale of the year here at the farm this coming weekend. The shop will be open from 10am-5pm on Sept 5th and 6th. We’ll have fresh Armenian and Merguez sausage made from our own sheep for sale at $8/pound. Also eggs, veggies, fresh herbs… it’s all nutritious and delicious food gathered from our garden and pasture.

    See you soon!


  2. News about your Lamb

    August 29, 2015

    DSC01876_edited-1A number of people have contacted us recently to ask for an update as to when the lamb that they ordered in the spring will be ready – because here it is, nearly September! How time flies!
    Please don’t be worried: we have not forgotten about you!

    As the growth of the grass and subsequently, the growth of the lambs is subject to many variables of nature, it’s really difficult for us to give a satisfyingly precise prediction of when our lambs will be ready for slaughter – However, as I’m sure you’ve all noticed, this summer the Okanagan has experienced a rather extraordinary drought. The very hot and dry weather we’ve been having has made grass-based farming a challenge this season. We had a lovely early spring that got the lambs off to a great start, but while it was such good sun-tanning weather during June and July, the lambs seemed to lose appetite because of the heat, and they have not grown quite as quickly as we might have expected given a more normal summer. Cooler temperatures and a bit of rain will make a big difference when it comes. Fortunately, a sizable portion of our landbase is sub-irrigated so we can count on a certain amount of grass re-growth even if the drought persists. There’s no worry for the survival of the flock, (thankfully!) but we have to work with what DSC01832_edited-1nature gives us, and sometimes that requires patience. Actually, it often requires patience – that’s a big part of this whole farming business.

    So while the rate of gain has been slower than hoped for, the lambs are growing and we are fully confident that we’ll have nicely grass-finished lamb available for all of our promised customers this fall. It just won’t be ready till it’s ready. We anticipate processing a few in mid to late September, but with the majority not being ready till October (and perhaps even into late October) – we intend to have all of our orders filled by mid-November – but it’s all “Mother Nature willing”.

    I hope that addresses any concerns you have regarding your lamb order, and we thank you for your support. If you’d like to get in touch with us in person, please feel free to call 250-861-7005, or email felicity@kelownafreegrazelamb.com or gordon@kelownafreegrazelamb.com. Thanks!

    AND … I’ll end this message with a joke:

    “A farmer was milking his cow. He was just starting to get a good rhythm going when a bug flew into the barn and started circling his head. Suddenly, the bug flew into the cow’s ear. The farmer didn’t think much about it, until the bug squirted out into his bucket. It went in one ear and out the udder.”


  3. More Fresh Sausages!

    August 18, 2015

    Back by popular demand!

    We’re having another sausage sale! The shop will be open this weekend August 22nd + 23rd from 10am – 5pm. Spicy Moroccan Merguez and Minty Armenian sausages at $8/lb. We will have fresh sausage, eggs, and veggies for sale: everything will be homemade/homegrown as usual. Our sausages contain no fake fillers, no artificial flavourings, no preservatives, no gluten, and absolutely nothing genetically modified. We make these beauties in our shop from scratch –  a wonderful blend of pastured organic meat complemented by real fresh herbs and spices.

    Last time we had a sausage sale weekend we sold out on Sunday, so come early and bring your friends!

    And tell your friends to be prepared to load up on corn and cucumbers, carrots and kale, as well as sausage!


  4. Fresh Sausage This Weekend

    July 29, 2015

    sausageWe are gearing up to do another sausage sale! This weekend (Aug 1 & 2) from 10am-5pm we will have fresh sausage, eggs, and veggies for sale – Everything is home-made and home-grown. Specifics on the sausage: minty armenian and spicy merguez – $8/pound, made from 100% our own sheep, with herbs from our garden. Have a good week, and we look forwards to seeing you soon!

    Pssst: While you’re here, come take a look at our new baby goats… they are SOOOOO cute!IMGP5513_edited-2

  5. Eggs!

    June 15, 2015

    We have eggs for sale! $6/doz.rsz_dsc01518

    Our chickens are fed an organic layer ration and are rotated around our pastures. Our mobile chicken coop allows the ladies to enjoy grass shoots and bugs… whatever strikes their fancy that they can scratch up. The eggs have delightfully orange yolks and the full flavour and excellent texture of fresh farm eggs. We love them and we’d love to share some with you!

    If you’d like to pick up a dozen or two, drop on by: 3652 Spiers Rd, across from the flower farm and next door to the pumpkin patch!rsz_eggs