- Best End of Neck is closest to the Lamb’s body, where the shoulder is about to start;
- Scrag End of Neck is the vertebrae that goes up into the lamb’s head;
- Middle Neck is the part between the two.
What’s sold just labelled as “Neck” is usually Middle Neck.
The meat is often used for stewing, braising and hotpots.
From the Best End, boneless fillets can be cut. Chops for braising can be cut from anywhere in the neck.
The meat from it can also be ground.