Farm Shop     Fresh Red Ruby Beef will be in for Sat 6th October.

                         COMING SOON:  We are working on a web page so that you can order our wonderful Red Ruby beef on-line.

The Farm Shop, established in 2006, is a big part of the farm. It has been set up in the old Cowshouse, where Bridgette as a young girl used to milk the Guernsey cows twice a day with her late father Bill.  You can even see the “studdles” where the cows were tied up to be milked.

We grow a lot of vegetables to be sold in the Farm Shop and we also sell fruit and veg that are grown locally and are seasonal – we pride ourselves that vegetables travel only yards not miles to be in our shop!  We supply local pubs with vegetables and meat for their fantastic menus and Sunday lunches.

 Seasonal fruit and vegetables


 We pride ourselves on our low food miles


We sell a wide range of local produce 

 Seasonal vegetables - all locally grown


From field to shop - just a few yards!


We sell a wide range of local produce

The beef we sell is from our own Red Ruby cattle born and raised on the farm. We ensure that it is hung for 3 weeks to help develop the rich flavour that we have got such a good name for.  The beef is then butchered on the premises and sold in the Shop or put into Beef Packs and sent by courier to customers all over the country.  Orders are on the doorstep of our customers in less than 24 hours of leaving our Shop. 

Traceability is our watch word, we can give you the identification number and in some cases the name of the beef you will be eating and how well the beast has been reared and who its mother and father were – it may be too much information for some but vital for most customers who want to know where our beef comes from.  Higher Trenowin is part of the Farm Assured Red Tractor scheme and Bridgette is a member of Ladies In Beef who champion all that is great about British Beef.

 We also sell local honey in the farm shop


 The best of British beef



 We also sell local honey in the farm shop


The best of British beef


We also sell local pork from which we make our own sausages and cure our own bacon and we also have our home grown Jacob lamb and mutton which have been grazed at Higher Trenowin during the year as part of our pasture regeneration scheme.

The eggs we sell are free range from our local supplier. During the spring and early summer we usually have free range duck eggs from just down the road at Trenowin. Free range eggs are used in cakes and biscuits that Bridgette bakes and sells in the Farm Shop too.  Also Bridgette makes jams and preserves that are available on the shelves along with local honey and hopefully in the not too distant future honey from Steve’s bees.

Taste of the West Bronze Award 2008

    Being members of Taste of the West we entered the Farm Shop/Retail Outlet part of their annual competition run throughout the South West and in 2008 we were awarded a Bronze and took on board the judges comments. In 2013 we thought it was about time to give it a go again and we are so pleased to be awarded a Gold.
     Taste of the West Gold Award 2013