I caught up with the team at Grazers of Ashby recently and here is what they had to say…
How long has Grazers of Ashby been in existence and what is your backstory?
We established Grazers in May 2019 as a way of diversifying the family farm which has been operating in our beautiful South Leicestershire village of Ashby Parva for more than four generations.
Along with our three children, we continue in our family’s footsteps rearing cattle, sheep and pigs. We believe strongly in traditional, slow-reared, grass-fed farming methods, with every animal being traceable.
We can tell you everything about the short supply chain from pasture to plate, and work only with British breeds, believing in the protection of our agricultural heritage.
We raise the animals on a grass only diet, encouraging a natural growth rate, which is free of additives and fattening aids, meaning the meat it produces is healthier for you and the environment.
How can people buy your produce?
It’s really simple! Through our website (www.grazersofashbyparva.co.uk) you can either select nationwide delivery or ‘click & collect’ at checkout.
With these options available, you can get our meats delivered directly from our pasture to your door, or collect from the farm gate and meet our family-run team.
In addition to this, we are opening a farm shop in June 2021 at which our 100% grass-fed, naturally-reared meats can be purchased alongside other fantastic producers from our local area.
We have loads of handy recipes listed on our website (www.grazersofashbyparva.co.uk), all tried and tested in the Grazers Kitchen!
When we are needing a quick and simple, yet healthy and wholesome meal for our three little ones, our go-to choices would be our beef meatballs, sausages or minced beef; all three of these can be put in so many easy recipes and are quickly prepared for a wholesome, healthy, no-fuss meal.
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