West Country Raised Premium Venison
Our deer are bred and raised here on our farm to the highest welfare standards, far exceeding traditional standards of welfare. Our deer are fed traditionally on rich pasture, in small thoughtful naturally mixed herds in spacious paddocks with the addition of natural nutrients and minerals for slow considered growth and high health.
By farming our venison in a perfect environment, with outstanding husbandry and without scientifically proven stressful traveling to dispatch we guarantee a less variable, more consistent meat in terms of eating quality, making it a sound year-round choice for any consumer, chef or kitchen looking to serve the finest quality venison on their table.
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Why Venison - Health Benefits
Venison has more protein than any other red meat, it is also particularly rich in iron, which prevents anaemia and is good for energy levels it is also important for muscle growth and repair, hormone production, brain function and sleep. It's full of B vitamins: B2 (riboflavin)and B3 (niacin), which help regulate metabolism; and vitamin B6 and B12, which may lower homocysteine build-up in the blood, thus lowering the risk of heart attacks and strokes. The high levels of simple and complex B vitamins also help you convert the food you eat into energy, and play a vital role in brain and nervous system function.More Info
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This project is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development in the form of a grant to support a project to construct a 506 m2 on farm deer abattoir and finishing facility.