Buy Lamb Direct from the Farm


Buying lamb direct from Fieldstown Farm not only saves money, but you get Bord Bía approved quality Irish food products that are produced locally, fresh from our farm, and delivered directly to your door. You will find that our lamb is excellent value compared to supermarket prices and quality.

There are two options:

  • Whole box of lamb: A whole lamb is about 14-16 kg and will require about 2.5 drawers in a standard upright freezer and is €175.00.
  • Half box of lamb: A half lamb is about 7-8 kg, and will require about 1.25 drawers in a standard upright freezer and is €95.00.

Just hear what our customers have to say:

I have been getting my lamb from Bríd and Pádraic in Fieldstown Farm for a few years now and the quality and price are fantastic. Bríd always pops in some fresh rosemary and mint jelly and some recipes. Sometimes I get the whole lamb and sometimes my neighbour and I share a lamb between us both. I love the way you can choose how your lamb is butchered, the cuts you prefer and if you want extra minced lamb for a particular dish. Each season brings a different flavour for the lamb. Spring tender and sweet, summer, full of robust flavour. You can have the lamb delivered but recently I like popping out to collect as you can see the farm and the animals themselves. Makes you feel like you really know where your food is coming from.

Donabate, Co. Dublin

We have been buying lamb from Fieldstown Farm for a few years. We were amazed at the superior taste of the meat in comparison to supermarkets. You get great value for money and the freshest meat you could buy. It is a pleasure to deal with Padraic and Brid.

Co. Dublin

I have been going to Fieldstown Farm now for several years-usually in May/June and again in September. Each visit is an event for us as "the visit" is as important as collecting the lamb. The lamb itself is of course superb - a really wonderful flavour and texture. Suffice it to say that I am very popular when lamb is on the menu. I really cannot buy lamb anywhere else - it really does not measure up. If that sounds like hyperbole so be it.