We age our Longhorn beef, on the bone, for a minimum of 28 days to give a superb texture and delicious flavour.
Our rare breed Longhorn cattle are born and raised on the farm. Taking up to 36 months to reach full maturity, it is this slow growth process, combined with a forage based diet which adds to the quality and taste of the beef. Grass fed beef is an excellent source of Omega 3, and also contains low levels of omega 6 fatty acids.
Longhorn beef is succulent, tender and flavoursome.
Meat Boxes are available to order, it is best to call in advance to save any waiting time.
Our sheep flock comprises Suffolk ewes and Charolais rams. We lamb indoors in early March and once the lambs are strong enough they are turned out onto permanent pasture.
The sheep are predominantly grass fed although the ewes’ diet is supplemented with home grown haylage prior to lambing.
In the winter months we graze the lambs on stubble turnips adding extra sweetness to the meat. We also have our own Mutton available throughout the winter months.
All Packington Free Range pigs are born and live outdoors. It's this natural approach that helps create such great tasting and succulent meat.
Packington Free Range Pigs are a traditional breed which, combined with a high quality natural diet ensures a healthy meat full of essential nutrients and great flavour.
We stock a selection of free range poultry from several high welfare suppliers, including: Cotswold Whites from Caldecott Farm, Packington Free Range in Staffordshire and Creedy Carver in Devon.
All of our chickens and ducks are produced to the highest standards and quality; this is achieved by the use of traditional slower growing breeds reared in a truly free range system. A simple diet of grass and home grown cereals, free from growth promoters and hormones produces a happier, tastier bird.
The poultry is also hung for up to 5 days to achieve a more mature flavour. We are proud to stock the renowned Goodman’s Free Range Geese and Norfolk Bronze Turkeys throughout the year as well as traditional barn reared Turkeys and Cockerels from Heart of England Poultry, Warwickshire.
All of our game, including wild venison, comes from either the farm or local farms and estates. Grouse is sourced from the North of England and we also have a limited year round supply of goat meat, from Staffordshire.
Rabbit, hare, venison, pigeon & wild boar are subject to availability
Game Seasonality Calendar:
Grouse - 12th August – 10th December
Mallard - 1st September – 31st January
Partridge - 1st September – 1st February
Pheasant - 1st October – 1st February
Mon-Sat: 8:30am - 17:30pm
Sun: 10am - 16:00pm
Tel: 01295 262235
Wykham Park Farm
Banbury OX16 9UP