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We specialise in organic grass-fed British meat. All of our animals are raised on fresh pasture and are able to forage for their natural diet.

There are however, important differences between the different animals.

100% Grass Finished Beef and Lamb

All of our lamb and mutton are 100% grass-fed and finished. The pregnant sheep get a little organic cereal late in pregnancy as they need to be on a rising plain of nourishment. This is GMO and Soy free.

Cows are out on pasture for most of the winter and get additional hay and silage (grass harvested and stored in summer) plus an occasional supplement of a traditional blend of organic beans and peas – lupin seed if available – these are all plants that grow naturally in the pastures and the cows actively seek out in summer. They are necessary to ensure the cows get all the vitamins and minerals they need to be healthy. No soya, sunflower expeller or palm kernel are used at all.

Read about the Benefits of Grass-Fed Beef here.

Pigs and Chickens are raised on Fresh Pasture

Pork and chicken cannot be grass fed, as they are not ruminants. Our pork and chicken is all 100% organic free range however, and therefore free to forage for their natural diet.

The chickens receive supplemental feed which accounts for around 40% of their calorie intake, this is a mix of organic grains, legumes and seeds. Birds have evolved to eat grain, it is a natural part of their diet, and depriving them of it would be inhumane.

The chickens have moveable sheds to ensure they are always on fresh pasture.

The chicken feed is produced by Hi-Peak Organic Feeds which is based in Derbyshire: Organic Wheat, Organic Soya exp, Organic Sunflower exp, Organic Maize, Organic Sweet Lupins, Organic Linseed exp, Dicalcium Phos, Calcium Carbonate, Organic Soya Oil, Organic Vitamins and Minerals, Betaine.

Our pigs receive a varied diet, predominantly composed of “reject” vegetables and hay, plus whatever they forage. They also eat some grain and legumes as they again would forage for this naturally in the wild, but it is by no means a staple part of their diet (also organic, GMO, corn and soy free).

Read about the different Pork Welfare Certifications and why you should always choose organic.

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