Products


Lamb

Shetland Hogget and Southdown Lamb

Here is a selection of our most popular lamb cuts.

best end

Best End or Rack

This can be roasted or braised or it can be cut into cutlets or cut further to become noisettes.
Leg steak

Leg

Good to grill or barbeque.

Loin Chops

Good to grill or barbeque.
cutlets

Cutlets

 
chump

Chump

For roasting, dicing or steaks.
mince

Mince

 
neck fillet

Neck Fillet

 
rolled breast

Breast Rolled

Slow cook for 3-4 hours.
shoulder

Shoulder Rolled

Can roast or casserole.
shank

Shank

 
knuckle

Knuckle

Can be cooked like shank.
chump steaks

Chump Steaks

 
leg joints

Leg Joints

Roast

Pork

sausages

Sausages

They are really really meaty 85 % meat!
dry cured back bacon

Dry Cured Back Bacon - green

Unsmoked, back bacon cured in salt is paler and milder than the smoked variety.
dry cured streaky bacon

Dry Cured Streaky Bacon

 
belly joint

Belly joint

 
chops

Chops

 
rolled shoulder or spare rib

Rolled shoulder or Spare Rib

A wonderful joint for roasting. Very tasty and lots of crackling!
loin joint

Loin Joint (rolled)

Very good cut for a delicious roast!

Wool

shetland jacob DK cones

Shetland, Jacob DK and Arran wool

shetland 4 ply balls

Shetland wool 4 ply.

knitwear jacob small rug

Knitwear - Small Rug

knitted in Jacob wool on giant needles.
felt jacob small rug

Felt - Small Rug

Felted in Jacob wool.
sheep_skin_shetland

Sheep skin

 
slivers

Slivers

A sliver is a long bundle of fibre that is generally used to spin yarn. A sliver is created by carding or combing the fibre, which is then drawn into long strips where the fibre is parallel.
roving

Roving

Rovings are produced during the process of making spun yarn from wool fleece, raw cotton, or other fibres. Their main use is as fibre prepared for spinning, but they may also be used for specialised kinds of knitting or other textile arts.