Huntsham, rare breed, Longhorn beef was chosen by Heston Blumenthal for his television series ‘Perfection’ as the best beef available in Britain.
Huntsham beef comes from the Huntsham herd of Longhorn cattle. This old-fashioned breed was developed 200 years ago and was the breed which made England famous for its fine roast beef. Longhorn beef is now a rare breed and has been largely forgotten, but the quality of its meat remains outstanding…Read More
Middle White Pork
The Middle White pig was the pork pig of England in the 1930s. However, to compete with the influx of Danish bacon after the war, farmers started to breed larger, leaner pigs for bacon. The Middle White is now a very rare breed, there are more Giant Pandas in the world!
Young pigs from commercial bacon breeds now give us almost all the pork in our shops and the Middle White, which is the only specialist pork pig, is very rare…Read More
Middle White Sausages
We are renowned for our Middle White sausages which are used by many Michelin-starred chefs and private customers. Allergens: Wheat and Sulphites.
We are renowned for our Middle White suckling pigs – see picture – which chefs find a suitably festive alternative. They start at about 10 to 12kg from £20.00/kg
Huntsham lamb is produced from Ryeland sheep. This breed was developed in the Ross-on-Wye area and was called “the sweet meat of Herefordshire“. This rare breed lamb exceptionally good but supplies are limited.
We grow most of our lambs slowly to produce ‘hogget lamb,’ over a year in age, which gives it a more intense flavour. In addition we have a small amount of mutton from time to time as well as limited supplies of new season lamb in the summer…Read More