All our meat is reared on the croft in Strathnairn (Inverness-shire) with the main produce being beef. Our cattle are grass fed, whether it be fresh, dried (hay) or pickled (silage) with occasional treats from a bucket to ensure good handling and to minimise their stress when we need to work with them. We usually send them off around the 30 month mark which can take patience but well worth the wait for the flavour.
Our veg boxes, relish, chutneys, and jellies are made from the variety of fruit and veg that are grown each year. While the fruit and veg boxes are only seasonal, the chutneys and jellies are one way of preserving the excess produce to be enjoyed over the winter months.
We have bees and hens which can also provide an excess of honey and eggs.
As our produce is from our croft to your kitchen, feel free to ask any questions about our gardens or livestock, their welfare, or even regarding the meat itself.
We are a member of the Quality Meat Scotland Assurance Scheme to ensure high welfare standards for our livestock and which gives our customers quality meat on their table.
We are also an official Scottish Crofting Producer.