Grass Fed Lamb & Texel Lamb


Grass Fed Lamb

Working alongside local farmers in Essex predominantly, as well various other farmers in the west country and Wales, we are able to source the best quality traditional breeds and specially selected rare breeds and crosses to provide the finest quality meat for the table

We ensuring a highest quality of life for our animals.
They are raised to high standards of expectation in regards to animal welfare.

With the rolling hills of the Somerset and Essex countryside as their home our lambs have high and low land pasture to graze for the whole lives, happy and free in their family groups.

Grass Fed Lamb

The British Texel is a medium sized sheep with a long rectangular body, well proportioned with a level back and medium bone structure. The Texel’s outstanding qualities are its pronounced muscling and long loin coupled with the unique leanness inherited from the original Texel sheep.
In pedigree terms the British Texel’s head should be covered with fine white hair, the nose preferably black with the occasional black spots on ears or eyelids. The body must be well proportioned with strong loins, a solid square stance and round well-developed gigots. The fleece has a high loft with a staple of medium length and is highly crinkled. Fibers are classed as medium, 34 microns and less.
The Texel is hardy, tough and docile. Ewes are frugal and proven to excel in grass-based rearing systems. Lambs are famously vigorous at birth with a great will to survive. The breed is moderately prolific with 1.7 lambs per ewe.
Because of the breed’s adaptability and excellent carcase quality, which it passes on to first cross progeny, Texel rams have become the UK producer’s preferred choice of Terminal Sire, in particular the increasing number of recorded rams, which deliver reliable performance in all environments. Changes in the growth potential of Texel sheep have been immense since the initial imports during the seventies enhancing both the efficiency and profitability of carcase production from Texel sired lambs.