Partridge Hill Farm is home to, Welsh Mountain Badger Face sheep, Beulah Hill Sheep and Berkshire Pigs.
These breeds have been selected for their flavour and tested for their suitability to valley side site of the farm. These breeds may not be as fast growing, and therefore as profitable, as modern commercial varieties, but their winning characteristic is their Wow-factor rich flavour means that customers always come back for more once they’ve tried their first mouthful. A slow grown free ranging animal or bird fed on its natural diet will always beat a supermarket or butcher bought product in a taste test.
The hardy nature of all the animals at Partridge Hill Farm means that they can live and eat outdoors all year round in their natural environment. Their resistance to pest and diseases is much greater than those of intensively reared animals so I use far fewer medicines.