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Pen-Y-Wyrlod Lamb

Pen-Y-Wyrlod Lamb

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Sarah Dickens and Nick Miller


The lambs are born at the end of March and are fed almost exclusively on herb-rich organic grass until they reach full weight at around 9 to 12 months old.

The combination of using a small traditional breed and the natural feeding process creates meat which is exceptionally lean, sweet tasting and very tender.

At Pen-y-Wyrlod we have a strong commitment to sustainability. As well being Soil Association accredited, we are members of the Tir Gofal environmental scheme and have recently installed a 6kW wind turbine to meet all our electricity needs without undue pollution.



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Map reference: SO 362172  Lat: 51.85020 Long: -2.92639

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