Our founder Nigel is a third generation farmer. In 2014 he returned to his small family farm in East Sussex to help his parents raise cattle and sheep. To meet the growing demand for local meat boxes, Nigel established a small herd of native breed Sussex cattle.
These docile brown cows and their Aberdeen Angus offspring spend most of the year on on the SSSI Pevensey Marshes. They thrive on the ancient salt marsh pasture carrying out conservation grazing for the local wildlife trust.
Working with a local artisan butcher we released our first batch of 28 day dry aged 10-kilo beef meat boxes for sale in 2016. We were delighted with results and demand has grown organically via word of mouth over the last four years and we now sell nearly all our Aberdeen Angus cross Sussex animals direct to consumers in meat boxes.
We really like the simplicity of this format and believe that it represents fantastic value for consumers. Our boxes cost £130 and represents a 1/20 share of one of our animals. We are currently releasing between one and two batches every month. We have limited spaces and take orders on a first come first serve basis.
A 10kg selection of Angus x Sussex 28-day dry aged grass fed beef costs £120. A typical box includes; fillet steak (200g), sirloin steak (500g), rump steak (500g), shin of beef (500g), chuck steak (500g), braising steak (500g), rib of beef or brisket (between 1-1.5kg), topside (1-1.5kg), silverside or top rump (1-1.5kg), and several packets of mince (5 or 6 x 500g packs). Your cuts are vac packed, labelled, and arrive chilled.
We deliver boxes free of charge to customers within a 20-mile radius of the farm. If you are further afield – don’t worry as we work with a nationwide courier and it only costs £15 to deliver anywhere in mainland UK.
Complete the form below to reserve a box from one of our next batches. We will be in touch within a few days to confirm your order and delivery date. If you have any specific queries please email us on email@example.com and we’ll do our best to answer you as quickly as possible
You can read more about Nigel’s adventures as a beginner farmer here and follow his updates on the Indie Farmer instagram account here