Lamb Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old lamb quotes, lamb sayings, and lamb proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.


To my mind, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a human being.     

Mahatma Gandhi

I looked at the stained-glass image of the lamb in the window above me, but that only reminded me that lambs are famous for being led to slaughter, or sometimes hanging out with lions in ill-advised relationships.     

Maureen Johnson

A new world order can only be created if we establish an order where the powerful wolf cannot eat the weak lamb!     

Mehmet Murat ildan

It is all right for the lion and the lamb to lie down together if they are both asleep, but if one of them begins to get active, it is dangerous.     

Cormac Mccarthy

If the lamb sees the knife, she panics. Her panic seeps into the meat, darkens it, fouls the flavor.     

George R.R. Martin

Lamb that was slain took all my pain / Price He paid, sacrifice He made / Who'd ever thought a lamb? / Glory to the lamb     

Donald L Lawrence

Worthy is the Lamb / Seated on the throne / Crown You now with many crowns / You reign victorious     

Darlene Joyce Zschech

Worthy is the Lamb of God / Worthy is the Lamb who was slain     

Jonathan Warmington

Lamb sacrifice was also associated with the popular Christian saint, Saint Agnes, for whom the lamb functions as an attribute, a sort of totem animal.     

Hope B. Werness

In Christian art, the sheep, especially the lamb, symbolizes meekness and the laity, the flock that might easily go astray and therefore needs pastoral guidance.     

Hope B. Werness

The size and quality of the yearly lamb crop practically determine the profits to be made from raising sheep.     

C. G. Potts

The lamb that is born strong and vigorous will need little care.     

C. G. Potts

Lambing time is probably the most satisfying pat of sheep raising.     

Edmond C. Loomis

A good lamb crop is a measure of the success of your breeding program and overall management.     

Edmond C. Loomis

Sheep are, perhaps, the most adaptable of the domestic livestock when it comes to nutrition.     

Pat LaFrieda

Lamb is hands down my favorite meat to eat. Quality lamb has such a delicious distinct flavor of its own.     

Pat LaFrieda

Lamb is popular all over the world, but much more in other culinary cultures that ours. Lamb is also very common on dinner tables in England, in Australia and New Zealand.     

Pat LaFrieda

Lamb itself is a high protein meat that is low in calories, making it the perfect cut of meat for those who are dieting.     

Ted Alling

While lamb itself is a large and expensive piece of meat, you only have one chance to cook it right.     

Ted Alling

Lamb itself is naturally tender and is already full of taste that marinating it will actually just make it more tough and make it taste different, and mot in a good way.     

Ted Alling

Lamb itself is a beautiful piece of meat an it should be treated as such.     

Ted Alling

The lamb is chosen as it is a world symbol of sacrifice: it is born in order to die for human advantage.     

Dr. Joseph Murphy

Confucius stated that a lamb constituted as ancient sacrifice of great importance. The lamb is your desires.     

Dr. Joseph Murphy

Raising sheep is a business, as well as a hobby. Like most successful businesses, managers who pay attention to the minute details often have more success than those who don't.     

Philip Hasheider

Successful sheep growers develop many and varies skills that help them handle problems when they arise.     

Philip Hasheider

It's not in the nature of the lamb to mourn the lion.     

Peter Watts

Lambs have little chance to follow the right path if the shepherds go astray.     

Joseph B. Wirthlin

If the lambs of the world had been willingly led, they would have long ago saved themselves from the butcher's knife.     

Mahatma Gandhi

Sheep may not be brilliant, but they know that sheep in pen is stage number one of lamb chops.     

Donald McCaig

Sheep, like people, are ungovernable when hungry.     

John Muir