Our size - We are a small family business, when you contact us, you contact us! There are no middle men.
How we process our animals - We do as much on farm as possible, think of us as a butchery with a farm attached.
The way we farm - We are moving to regenerative agriculture, we use products such as seaweed and fish fertilizer in place of urea (artificial nitrogen) and large amounts of phosphate.
We're a bit old fashioned - We farm old heritage breeds such as Galloway cattle and Wiltshire sheep not because they grow quickly, (in fact our breeds grow slowly) but because they produce top quality meat that's been tried and proven for centuries!
Southdowns, as a breed, have been around since at least the sixteen hundreds – and probably much earlier – in their native Weald of Sussex. Their development into a premier British breed was carried out by John Ellman of Glynde, starting in 1780.
Galloway - a very old, unique double coated Scottish breed.
-Meat that is low in saturated fat and that has been proven to be as healthy for the heart and brain as both chicken and fish.
-Well marbled with excellent flavour.
-An environmentally responsible breed; medium sized meaning less pugging and damage to soil structure. A non selective grazer that thrive on rougher pasture meaning less on farm chemical and artificial inputs.
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All our pork is free range New Zealand pork, and locally grown by Angela and Hamish Cotton, on their 370 hectare property just 30 minutes drive from our butchery. All the pigs develop in a low stress, natural environment with no concrete, barn or cages in sight, just open air, sunlight and green grass.
our website will be shut from Tuesday midnight 12dec till the 10th January. First courier delivery being the 17th jan.
our trailer will still be in operation so please check our Facebook page for updates and where to find us.
thank you to everyone that has supported us over the year.
Merry Christmas and happy new year to everyone