Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 250g Each
Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 250g Each
Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 250g Each
Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 250g Each
Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 250g Each
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Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 250g Each

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1 x 250g 
Trenchmore Sussex Wagyu Rump Steak 

 "Trenchmore's suckler Sussex Wagyu herd are slow grown and grass-fed, spending the summer grazing the fields around the farm and the winter in our award-winning Roundhouse Barn, specifically designed to keep the animals happy and healthy.

Farming sustainably is important to us. The cattle's finishing ration is based on grass and herbal ley silage and includes by-products of human food production; brewers grains that are high in protein from our local craft brewers, linseed cake from oil pressing that helps to boost omega-3, molasses to provide a sustainable source of energy and trace minerals needed for healthy animals and straw from our wheat harvest to provide fiber and improve rumen function. And of course, the apple pomace from our cider production each autumn.

Grass is the most important part of their diet. This is grown both on our permanent pasture fields, which produces mixed grasses from fields that could not grow another crop viably into food we can eat, and our herbal leys, which are part of our 6 year crop rotation and used to help restore fertility and soil structure. 

Mixed farms that use ruminants to turn grass into food and improve soil structure are becoming recognized as being at the forefront of sustainable farming. Using animals to turn grasses into meat and help build nutrient levels in the soil means we can minimise artificial fertiliser use and maximise local quality food production. 

We know people want consistently delicious meat - by selective breeding, our high welfare approach and enhanced nutrition we strive to achieve this. We are learning a lot and are delighted with feedback so far"

-Trenchmore Farm  


Delivery: Please note our delivery days are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday each week, to ensure all products that leave us are perfect
Your order will be delivered by our third party courier partner who will follow latest government advice re health, safety & hygiene, placing your order safely at your door and stepping back a reasonable distance, for the sake of safety owing to the current health crisis.