Officially Organic

We often get asked how you can know that a product is organic. The answer is to look for an organic logo which means that the product in question has been certified organic. The Soil Association and Organic Farmers & Growers are the biggest and most recognisable certification organisations.

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Christmas Dinner Cooking Tips

So, you’ve just collected your turkey and the rest of your Christmas Dinner from Swillington Farm. Now what? You’ve watched countless TV chefs do Christmas; recommending utterly bizarre turkey cooking methods and each suggesting differing cooking times and ‘secret’ tips, but do any of them really make all that difference?

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Mutton Dressed as Mutton

In the last 40 years, mutton has almost disappeared from our menus – although that seems like it might be changing slowly but surely. The recent revival of the once loved meat has put it back in the public eye with chefs and home cooks alike celebrating the meat’s versatility and depth of flavour.

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Low Stress, High Welfare

Due to recent concerns in the press about the provenance and welfare of how meat is slaughtered and as a farm that prides itself on traceability and creating food you can trust, we wanted to detail the story behind our slaughter methods. We wish to reassure customers that all our poultry and animals are pre-stunned

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