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    Yep, I'm a big lamb eater. So tasty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    I prefer goat, leaner meat with more flavour and I have plenty in the paddock The latest Lamb advert!The latest Lamb advert!The latest Lamb advert!
    Definitely - goat is much nicer than lamb roasted in a camp oven.

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    Hmm. Love a slow cooked shoulder, but itís much better if itís at least 2 tooth.
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    Have some cutlets in the fridge atm The latest Lamb advert!

    And bought through a local, independent, main Street butcher.
    Who unsurprisingly doesn't have any stock issues atm, unlike the big supermarkets here on the east coast. The latest Lamb advert!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post
    Hmm. Love a slow cooked shoulder, but itís much better if itís at least 2 tooth.
    Getting on to mutton ageThe latest Lamb advert!

    When I was about 10-11 year old, living with my dad, mutton was served at least 5 days a week
    I always remember him picking up a ďmutton packĒ from the butcher
    Half a sheep (I think) cut and packed into a couple of bags, get it home and sort it into meal size portions
    Chops, shanks, roast, stews, I remember the smell of it cooking
    I reckon thatís why the old man has stopped eating lamb🤣🤣
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick130 View Post
    Have some cutlets in the fridge atm The latest Lamb advert!

    And bought through a local, independent, main Street butcher.
    Who unsurprisingly doesn't have any stock issues atm, unlike the big supermarkets here on the east coast. The latest Lamb advert!
    I never buy meat from a supermarket. Tough gristly flavourless stuff. Itís a 30 minute drive to a butcher who sources his meat from local abattoirs. The drive is worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    We are lamb producers, I certainly don't think it's necessarily over priced in relation to other meats at all, they all seem expensive, but then our input costs have become such that it needs to stay there.

    Bear in mind that throughout history economy was essentially based on food, now it's not, food is viewed as a right.

    How many of us on here have $1k phones,
    $50k-$100k cars, take $5-$15k holidays every year?

    Food generally speaking is cheaper than its ever been.

    Anyway..IMO you'd be really hard pressed to find anything that's better than a rear quarter lamb roast, if it's good quality of course.

    At the moment we have a number ready to go but can't get the processing space to send them.

    My info says that not many in Australia will be eating lamb by the end of January... Which is a huge problem for me because you can't store them!

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    Sounds like an ad for a product that you have an interest in - should ring a bell like John Laws had to after the Cash for Comments saga.
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    It's somewhat frustrating with local butcher shops in our area as they aren't big enough to send all the Lamb too, and regulations have made it harder for the little guys as well.

    In fact it's now mandated by law that only inferior quality meat can be sold in Australia!

    WHAT! I hear you say.. That is ridiculous... What a claim ..

    But it's true, due to regulations, meat processor's have to chill the meat down to specific temperatures in a certain amount of hours after slaughter, and guess what? It's too short a time for producing good meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack;[URL="tel:3129923"
    3129923[/URL]]It's somewhat frustrating with local butcher shops in our area as they aren't big enough to send all the Lamb too, and regulations have made it harder for the little guys as well.

    In fact it's now mandated by law that only inferior quality meat can be sold in Australia!

    WHAT! I hear you say.. That is ridiculous... What a claim ..

    But it's true, due to regulations, meat processor's have to chill the meat down to specific temperatures in a certain amount of hours after slaughter, and guess what? It's too short a time for producing good meat.
    I have bought fantastic Aussie lamb in Bangkok ( Pathum Wan). But then, Thailand is not a nanny state.
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