Pasture for Life

We take producing pasture-fed lamb very seriously here at Black Welsh Lamb and are delighted to be one of very few pasture-fed accredited farms in Wales. Whereas on the face of it you might expect most sheep to be pasture fed, this is far from the truth. The difficulties of raising sheep on a mixed … Continue reading Pasture for Life

Hogget – Lamb as it Used to Be?

Many people that we speak to say that they prefer a leaner meat these days. That is good news from our point of view, as our organic grass-fed Black Welsh Lamb is very low on fat compared with more mainstream commercial breeds. At the same time, our ancient,┬áspecies-rich pasture offers higher-levels of┬áminerals, vitamins and omegas … Continue reading Hogget – Lamb as it Used to Be?

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 great … Continue reading Outstanding at Trealy Farm

Outstanding in the Field

Just selecting lambs for the amazing Outstanding in the Field banquet, to be held at Trealy Farm, Monmouth, next week. OITF is a legendary American organisation that travels around the States in an iconic tour bus, holding large scale banquets outdoors on farm, to promote communal dining, links to farmers and enjoyment of local food. … Continue reading Outstanding in the Field

Recipe of the Day

For anyone like us with a massive crop of quinces this year - a recipe to go beyond membrillo and quince jelly: Qorma-e-Behi or Afghan Quince Stew. We love Afghan recipes. Almost every one, including desserts, begins with "take one lamb"........ This is a toned down version, stolen from the excellent Noshe Djan, by Helen … Continue reading Recipe of the Day