Traditional Lamb Box (Half)Regular price $190.00 Save $-190.00
What is in your Traditional Lamb Box?
- x1 Whole Leg or x2 Half Leg
- Shoulder Roast x1 (Shank Off)
- Loin Chops
- Chined Cutlets
- Spare Ribs
- 2x Neck Chops
- Mince 500g approx
- Shank x1
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Weight and Size of the box when it arrives to you.
The The Traditional Lamb Box (Half) comes in a Chilltainer box which is recyclable. It is packed with ice slicks and is tied down to secure the package. Each cut is wrapped individually and labelled ready for your fridge or freezer. The size of the box is 519mm L x 290mm W x 119 mm H. The arrive fresh with a minimum carcass weight of 8KG per half.
When will it be delivered to me?
All our orders are processed to order, once confirmed is sent in to be processed through our butchery in the Wairarapa. We dispatch Monday - Thursday each week. Once picked up by the courier you will be sent tracking details.
Will it fit in my small freezer?
We have looked into this and we have concluded that a whole and half lamb will fit in an ordinary conventional freezer drawer. This would obviously depend on the contents that are currently in your freezer, however, a half will happily fit in a drawer with some frozen veggies and other frozen foods.
Have more questions?
If you require any further information in regards to cuts, quantity or variation of any kind please email email@example.com or phone us on 06-377 7951
We have detailed our courier and shipping fees for our online customers below. if you have any questions about our shipping options please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 06-377 7951
Excludes Rannochs @ Homegrown please see below
Orders over $200*
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Rannochs @ Homegrown Shipping Costs
Due to the large size and packaging required to ship a quarter, half or whole carcass the Rannochs @ Homegrown products have their own courier costs. The Rannochs @ Homegrown products are excluded from the free shipping offer and are only available to ship within the North Island.