REGENERATIVELY FARMING HAIRY COWS & WOOLY PIGS IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
We choose to be Soil Association Organic Certified to give our customers confidence that we have to stick to organic standards otherwise we wouldn't pass our annual inspections. Our yearly inspections consist of vigorous paperwork checks, livestock welfare checks and proof we are abiding to the regulations with all other organic standards.
We choose to be Pasture For Life Certified which much like our organic inspections, PFL requires us to not only reach a high standard but also prove it. This accreditation not only gives you trust that our beef really is 100% grass fed only, but faith that we are also inspected on how we look to preserve and improve our soil health and biodiversity here on farm.
heNot only are we members of the Nature Friendly Farming Network, but Amelia has been selected to be a NFFN champion. The Nature Friendly Farming Network is for farmers who share same concerns and visions for our British countryside. We strive to advocate for what is our soils, ecosystems, water courses and British wildlife need in order to thrive. We know how we choose to farm our land has a big impact on this.
We are humbled to announce we won Tenant Farmer Of The Year in the South West Farmer Awards 2023. Tenant Farmer of the Year is dedicated to the farmers who have not inherited a farm and who possibly do not even
come from a farming family. It takes a certain grit to start a farming enterprise from the ground up.
Our mangalitza pork won overall Best Food Product out of 500+ entries in the Food Drink Devon 2023 Awards! Specifically our manga mince was what allowed us to take home the award! We are so proud to show that a traditionally cheaper & more versatile cut can win such recognition.
The judges attentions were captured once again by our mangalitza pork which allowed us to take home a platinum award in Food Drink Devon 2023 awards. Alongside this our sirloin highland steak received a Gold Award for its supreme flavouring & our ethical certifications.
Don't hesitate to contact us. By farming slow growing breeds they way we do means we have a limited amount of meat to sell each year.
To order contact Amelia on 07803 594973, if meat is unavailable we can add you to our waiting list.
Alternative email us through our "contact us page"