This is the blog for Black Welsh Lamb – high quality organic black welsh mountain lamb from Pen y Wyrlod Farm in the uplands of North Monmouthshire.
On this site we want to show you how our lamb is grown, the sustainable methods we are trying to adopt and the historic landscape that we farm in.
Black Welsh Lamb comes from our closed flock of pedigree Black Welsh Mountain sheep developed over a fifteen year period. All our sheep are Soil Association organic accredited and Pasture Fed Livestock Association registered, as the lambs are fed only grass and hay from the farm.
Pen y Wyrlod has been here since the mid 1550’s and the land has hardly changed since that time. The fields are the same size and shape, the hedges all survive, we have ancient trees and there are more than 40 species of grass and herbs in the pasture.
This all helps us to grow lambs which only feed on natural grass and hay, developing slowly to reach maturity at their own pace. Their meat is tender, low fat and has a complex flavour that more commercial lambs simply cannot match.
Our aim is to farm naturally and sustainably and the lambs are matured for up to 18 months before slaughter, then hung for up to three weeks to give a uniquely tasty meat.
Black Welsh Lamb is available to order, cut, packed and ready for the freezer.
We can butcher to your requirements and you can buy either a whole or half lamb.
We charge £12.50 a kilo and most lambs weigh in the region of 12 – 15Kg. A half lamb will easily fit in the freezer compartment of a small family fridge.
If you are a restaurateur interested in joining our existing prestigious client list – please drop us a line to email@example.com
Or you can call us on 01873 821387…..
or follow us on Twitter @BlackWelshLamb
Or call into the farm if you are passing. We don’t keep any meat in stock, but you can see the sheep and how we keep them.