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Rare breed Tamworth pork chops available this week for home and restaurants.


Rare breed Tamworth pork chops available this week for home and restaurants. Order over @fiftyfourdegreesnorth link in bio.

The flavour will be different to anything you’ve tasted before. Full of flavour. Slightly darker meat which comes from a varied diet and being slow grown with plenty of room to exercise.

The legs go into a new meatball dish for @fellpack@fellpack_kitchen and the shoulders go into the pulled pork for these guys and @theroundkeswick the heads and bellies are being developed into a dish by @chef_phil_corrie for @1863_restaurant. The loins are available to be purchased.

These pigs were fed on a very varied diet, carrots, sugar beet, apples, hay, straw and pig meal.

The pig food they started on contained soy husks which is a by product of human soy food consumption. We’ve now migrated to a soy free diet which also doesn’t contain palm oil which much of the commercial pig food does.

They were outside reared in a walled wood until about 14 weeks. We then had them inside in a very large barn with lots of straw in their litter group of 8 fir about 3 months then the last 3 months in a pig hut here with free access to an outside area to wander and root in. I’m explaining this as it doesn’t fit into a common system not free range, not inside reared, but a system that produces quality meat from happy pigs that have been slow grown and have a high quality of life. If the happiness of the animals you eat is as important to you as it is to us, then this is the sort of pork you should be buying.


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