Abergavenny Food Fest

Abergavenny Food Festival Our home food fest is always a busy time for us here at Black Welsh Lamb and if you missed the festival you can share some of it with us. This year we were really delighted to support Belazu with their #cookforSyria meal, where Anna Hansen cooked hogget legs and shoulders to an appreciative audienceContinue reading “Abergavenny Food Fest”

So what’s so special about Black Welsh Lamb?

We are often asked what it is that makes our lamb so special, or at least different to other products. To be honest, it is hard to know where to start: We aim to produce the    tastiest, most tender, natural meat by the most sustainable means and with the least impact on the World.Continue reading “So what’s so special about Black Welsh Lamb?”

How Many Legs does a Lamb Have?

Sometimes I think we must have been doing this too long. I remember when we first moved into the farm back in 1996, we were baffled by some of the maths our neighbours employed when discussing anything to do with sheep. Our late friend John used to report auction prices in terms of “lambs makingContinue reading “How Many Legs does a Lamb Have?”

Outstanding at Trealy Farm

Yesterday we were priviledged to be part of Outstanding in the Field’s first UK event, at Trealy Farm, Monmouth. I arrived late, but still in time for a glass of Ancre Hill sparkling 2008 Seyval Blanc – which was a really good start to the afternoon. Ruth Tudor and James Swift gave us a greatContinue reading “Outstanding at Trealy Farm”

Market Kitchen: Big Adventure

Just discovered by accident that our film with chef Mark Sargeant is on Market Kitchen: Big Adventure on UKTV’s Good Food Channel today and next Sunday. Mark visited the farm a few weeks ago, walked the ground with Sarah and tried trimming some sheep’s feet with Nick before going on to cook some delicious Pen-y-WyrlodContinue reading “Market Kitchen: Big Adventure”

New Star Ram Makes his Entrance

Our search for a new ram is over. Meet Allt y Brain Leroy (not our choice of name!) who arrived at the farm last weekend from a beautiful farm deep in the Breconshire Countryside. He is in quarantine for a couple of weeks, as any new stock has to be, but he is less thanContinue reading “New Star Ram Makes his Entrance”