Welcome to Farm2Fork, a Somerset farm producing the finest, naturally reared and paleo friendly - grass-fed beef, goose and lamb.

Our animals eat well here at Farm2Fork, the cattle and sheep feeding simply on grass from herb-enriched pastures, and nothing else. The geese benefit from a little grain, and all the animals live exactly as nature intended.

Both our cattle and sheep thrive in communal groups and our geese enjoy daily visits to the pastures, roaming freely in flocks.

With our sustainable farming methods here at Farm2Fork we are preserving the diversity of wildlife, enhancing the natural environment and creating wholesome natural products that taste great.

Because we use all-natural farming practices, produce is seasonal and reared on a small scale. This ensures that you are getting the best quality meat available.

By purchasing products through our online shop you are helping to support not only our small Somerset farm, but the environment as well. What could taste sweeter than that?

Visit our Buy Online page for a full list of products currently available from the farm.

If you would like to learn more about our farming philosophy, and the benefits of grass fed meat please visit our Meat As Nature Intended page.

We hope you will enjoy finding out more about us and we look forward to being able to meet you soon.

Latest News

  • New for 2016! Buy our grass-fed meat by the cut We’ve some exciting news for all our customers at Farm2Fork. We are now introducing meat by the cut.For many of you we know this will make life that little bit easier, especially when trying to fill your freezer with smaller cuts of meat. Now you’ll be able to order cuts of grass-fed beef and lamb from us, just as you would from a local butcher.We are currently revamping our website so ordering will be so simple, and you’ll be able to click and buy online. For now, we have all our prices online for beef and lamb, so all you have to do is drop us an email on sales@farm2fork.co.uk or ...
    Posted 13 Feb 2016, 03:20 by Oliver White
  • Winter on the farm - the livestock present their woolly coats! Many people ask us what happens to the animals here on the farm during wintertime. Do they have to go inside? Do they have to wear winter jackets? Do they need extra food? The answer is quite simply that our animals graze outside, year round, just as they would have done before modern man starting farming them.Cattle and sheep were born to live outside, and during winter their natural coping mechanisms kick in. They grow their own winter coats so that they can keep really cosy in cold conditions, some look really woolly and cuddly!The biggest challenge for us here at Farm2Fork, and anybody who follows a grass-fed philosophy, is keeping the ground in the best condition ...
    Posted 4 Feb 2016, 11:10 by Oliver White
  • Presenting research at the 2016 Oxford Real Farming Conference Farm2Fork is blazing a trail in the grass-fed revolution, and I was lucky enough to spread the word about the benefits of grass-fed meat at a recent conference in Oxford.My presentation at The Oxford Real Farming Conference was entitled Our Grass-fed Future: A Rescue Plan for the Countryside, where I spoke alongside grass-fed ambassador and author Graham Harvey who talked about saving the countryside, and Caroline Watson of Primal Meats who focussed on the nutritional benefits of grass-fed meat.The essence of my presentation was that our countryside is in deep trouble right now, people are getting sicker, rural people are getting poorer and we don’t always know what we are eating. The ...
    Posted 12 Feb 2016, 00:30 by Oliver White
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