With Easter now in site, we will start taking orders for our delicious home produce, including our home baked Hot Cross Buns. Did you know that in Ireland there is a saying “Half for you and half for me, between us two, good luck shall be”! There are plenty more old traditions that can be found about Hot Cross Buns, have a look at this link on Smithsonianmag.
We also make Traditional Simnel Cakes, which are a delight for both Mothering Sunday and Easter.
We have Organic Joints of Beef, Lamb or Pork for a celebratory meal, or even an Easter Ham. Check out Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstalls’ recipe here in the Guardian. Have a look at our flyer to see what we can tempt you with as we dip our toes into Spring.
Let us take the stress out of your Christmas entertaining!
We produce in our farmhouse kitchen, delicious home made seasonal goods, including:
Chutneys, Quiches, Game Pies , Ham and (our Free Range) Egg Pies, Christmas Cakes and Puddings.
Enjoy a joint of Organic Beef, Lamb or a Gammon for your Christmas or New Year celebrations, complimented with our seasonal, organic vegetables.
Planning your events this season? Why not try our Organic Joints and Cuts. We have:
- Organic Beef Joints, Steak, Sausages and Burgers – Fresh Beef Day will be the first week of December.
- Organic Lamb Joints, Shoulder, Leg and Chops.
- Organic Pork Leg, Loin and Shoulder Joints, Hams, Chops, Sausages and Bacon.
Our Beef, Lamb and Vegetables are Organic and we are Soil Association certified. This means we follow strict EU standards and laws in relation to growing, rearing and producing.
Our Organic Beef spend their lives in a single herd on our Organic pasture. Being in a family herd means the calves and young cattle are protected by their mothers and live a natural and stress free life. Grazing is rotated in different fields to optimise their natural health. Likewise, our Organic Sheep also live in a family unit with rotated grazing.
During the winter months, when the weather is at its worst and the grass growth slows, the cattle have shelter in a spacious and airy barn, bedded on warm straw and fed Organic hay.
Our livestock are free from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and are antibiotic and hormone free. Their spacious and natural life makes a much happier and healthier animal, which are less prone to disease and illness.
The Organic vegetables we grow are free from artificial pesticides and fertilisers. We use traditional and chemical free methods to control any pests on our crops and fertilise our fields.
Our pasture land and hedgerows contains a diverse wealth of native flora and fauna, which, in turn, contribute to the natural management and good health of our crops and animals. Having smaller herds means the ecosystem is not disturbed by intensive farming and so there are plenty of wild areas. We have a strong ethos of conservation and stewardship with which we hope to continue to ethically farm this beautiful Cornish landscape for many more generations to come.
For more information on our Organic Certification, please visit: