Steak

Pasture Fed Beef

Field Too Fork Traceability
I think its fair to say that as a nation we eat too much meat. Meat used to be a luxury but now a-day with modern farming techniques & the dominance of supermarkets this once prized source of protein is now over produced to the point it's become detrimental to our health and less selfishly to the planet.
So what can we do? Well if we don't fancy becoming a vegan we can.  A. Reduce our consumption & B. Shop ethically.
At Peakhill Farm I raise pasture fed beef from our small herd of South Devon cattle.
The South Devon is a very old breed that can 
metabolise a grass diet easily & efficatly 
The speise rich pasture supports a whole eco system. White clover for the bees. Vetches for the butterflies & the occasional orchid for me.
The irony of reading you reading this while next to image of a bloody steak is not lost on me.
Each acre of grassland with 2"s of topsoil is capable of capturing & storing 1 ton of carbon per annum 
 

Beef Steak
ROASTS
BEST RIB  =      14.50
TOP RIB    =      10.50
TOP SIDE  =      12.50
RIBofBeef* =      18.50
BRISKET    =     11.50
SHORTRIB =       6.50
SIRLION*
FILLET*
*ITEMS MARKED REQUIRE*         24/48hr NOTICE*

Roasting

Pack

£20

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 Steak BBQ Pack

£20

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