Our Ethos

Farm2Fork meat tastes great thanks to our livestock’s 100% grass-fed diet. The cattle and sheep are allowed access to the freshest and most lush pasture through a method called mob grazing. We don’t rush production and the meat is allowed to mature slowly so the flavours are deep and delicious. Due to our cattle and sheep grazing exclusively on our lush organic pastures, the beef and lamb that reaches your plate is lower in saturated fat, higher in vitamins A, E, and has a healthier balance of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids than it’s conventionally reared counterpart. The meat is healthier because our animals enjoy the diet they are supposed to eat, in essence “you are what you eat eats”.

We choose native breeds renowned for flavour. Our meat is traditionally butchered and we guarantee to provide you with the most succulent, healthy meat you could ever taste.


Here at Farm2Fork we feed our cattle and sheep on nothing but grass. This method reflects the original diet of the animals to produce the healthiest meat.


Our geese, turkeys and chickens are allowed to range freely and moved every day to fresh pasture where they live stress-free happy lives.


So what exactly does organic mean? In basic terms it’s farming at the very highest levels of animal welfare, saying no to pesticides, herbicides and artificial fertilisers, and managing our land in a way that encourages more wildlife.


The slaughter of our animals is as important to us as the life of our animals. That’s why we only work with abattoirs that adhere to best industry practice.

Happier Animals

The grazing system adopted at Farm2Fork delivers far higher welfare standards for our livestock than more intensive farming methods, with animals grazing in herds and living outdoors year-round.

Healthier Meat

There’s a lot to be said for eating grass-fed meat. Scientific research has shown that by eating meat, eggs and milk from grass-fed and pasture-fed livestock, your body is better equipped at fighting disease compared to eating industrially raised produce. Put simply, you are what you eat eats.

Better for Nature

The developing world’s insatiable appetite for animal protein continues to put pressure on our planet’s resources. While many people in the world are still undernourished and struggle to find food, it’s estimated that one billion tonnes of wheat, barley, oats, rye, maize, sorghum and millet is used every year to feed livestock. These grains could be used instead to feed a human population.