Discover the Grass Fed Difference

Did you know New Zealand Spring Lamb is Grass Fed? New Zealand’s temperate climate and expansive pasture means our lambs can wander and graze on a diet of fresh, local grasses as nature intended.

Why is Grass Fed better for our lamb?
New Zealand Spring Lambs are free to roam lush green meadows of sweet grass and clover. Our lambs live in natural conditions year-round – promoting animal welfare and reducing stress. There’s no need to use additives or hormones to feed our lamb, as everything they need grows naturally in the pasture.

What does Grass Fed mean for the meat?
A Grass Fed diet means our lamb is naturally tender and lean with a pure, mild flavor. Grass Fed meat is lower in saturated fat and higher in vitamin A, vitamin E, conjugated linoleic acid and omega-3 fatty acids compared to grain-fed meat. Grass Fed meat also contains more protein compared to grain-fed. From pasture to plate™, New Zealand Spring Lamb is the natural choice.