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Beef

Beef from our native breeds, raised and matured in the most natural way is a delight to eat. Quality meat is produced by allowing animals to mature at a natural pace on grass without hurrying the process or feeding unnecessarily high protein compounds and growth promoters, combined with high welfare farming practices.

Aberdeen Angus

Beef from this Scottish breed is renowned but the best beef comes from the original British type – now one of our rarest breeds. To be savoured on the rare occasions it becomes available.

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Beef Shorthorn

Originally from the Scotch Shorthorn of Aberdeenshire, the Beef Shorthorn is a hardy breed. The Beef Shorthorn gives excellent tasting joints of beef, well marbled with fat, to ensure good cooking qua...

Belted Galloway

This breed from south west Scotland has a very distinctive white belt around the middle of its body and is a very old Scottish breed. Ideally suited to rugged terrain, the Belted Galloway is equally a...

British White

A white breed with black points, the British White produces good flavoured, marbled beef.

The British White is closely related to the original white cattle of Great Britain although being poll...

Gloucester

This old breed that remained in its native homeland for many decades is dark mahogany brown with a black face and black tipped horns. It has a ‘finchback’ marking of a white area along the spine, down...

Hereford

As the name suggests, this breed originated in Herefordshire and has influenced beef production throughout the world. The term ‘Traditional’ indicates that it is bred from purely British genes with no...

Irish Moiled

A hornless breed from Northern Ireland it came close to extinction at one point but is now recovering well on the back of its high quality beef.

The Irish Moiled was developed in Northern Ire...

Lincoln Red

Coloured deep-red, the Lincoln was developed to suit the local environment and farming systems. Good quality, well-marbled, succulent beef from animals of pure British descent.

Originally kno...

Longhorn

This most distinctive breed was brought to perfection by Bakewell. Its beef has been proclaimed by chefs and food writers and you will soon appreciate their enthusiasm for this delicious meat.

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Red Poll

A native of East Anglia, the Red Poll produces good quality meat which is succulent with good flavour. This early maturing hornless breed is suited to production in most parts of the country.

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Shetland

A tough and hardy crofter’s beast, the Shetland provides well flavoured, quality beef in small joints.

The original strongholds of Shetland cattle on the Shetland Isles are Walls, Northmavine,...

White Park

White Park cattle are notably the oldest British breed of cattle being recorded in Celtic history. Producing a very lean but well marbled beef joint, the White Park is renowned for being the original ...