Higher Trenowin lies mid-way between Penzance and St Ives and has wonderful views from coast to coast across Cornwall.

Our Red Ruby Devons

Our herd of pedigree Red Ruby Devons forage amongst the gorse and heather for the tasty herbage that helps to make their meat taste so good. The Devon heifer calves that are born each year are kept for breeding and the bull calves are fattened for the Farm Shop.

Our Farm Shop

It is with some regret that we have to announce that the Shop has now closed. A combination of farming and health has brought about this difficult decision BUT Red Ruby Devon beef will be available in hand sized beef boxes as certain times fo the year. Have a look at out Mail Order page.

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We no longer open the Farm Shop for Vegetables and Eggs Etc.
Our meat is still available to pick up or via mail order.
Boxes and prices are on the website Meat by Mail
The meat box can be tailored to suit
when it's available.
Fell free to give us a call to discuss your requirements.
01736 362439
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Higher Trenowin Herd of Pedigree Red Ruby Devons

The Latest on Our Pedigree Herd

The young bulls are selling well and we have two more inspected, Pre-movement tested and ready to go. Also up on the hill are our Yearling heifers, strong well grown ladies who will be ready to go to bull in the Spring. All by Trebowland Nimrod 2nd (VG88).
As always we always happy to show anyone round the herd, buyers or just interested in the Breed and might be thinking of starting a herd in the future.
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Summer Is Here

The nights are nearly as short as they can get but things have not warmed up too much by day - at least it is dry. Steve has made a nice bit of haylage for our winter store and there is 12 acres more to cut and a field of hay so fingers crossed for some high pressure and warm winds.
The cattle are enjoying the good grass which has grown well this Spring so putting weight on and the cows are producing good amounts of milk so their calves are growing. The new bull, Knowstone Rock Solid 2nd (Roc   More...