The soil is the beating heart of Brightleigh Farm. Healthy soil means healthy plants, which in turn means healthy animals and nutritious meat. The food produced is nutrient dense, so you need less to get the same nutrition.
Feeding into a sustainable farming philosophy, the carbon footprint of grass farms is significantly lower than that of farms where cereal crops are grown to feed animals.
Brightleigh Farm produces all cuts of beef, nose to tail, from sirloin, rump and fillet steak to roasting joints, mince and burgers and even oxtail, kidneys and tongue.
Beef from Brightleigh Farm is dry hung for 21-28 days to allow the flavours of the meat to develop in the traditional way, before it is prepared for sale by a family-run butcher just down the road.
As well as their prized herd of cattle, Brightleigh Farm also have rare breed pigs and a small flock of free-range hens.
How to order
Call or email Penny to find out what fresh stock she has alternatively order from her freezer stock. A meat box of delicious pasture-fed beef for your own freezer starts at just £25. For more information, visit Brightleigh Farm's website.
Pop-up farm shop
Brightleigh Farm run a pop-up farm shop every Saturday, 10am to 2pm, at their farm. As well as selling their farm produce, they also stock jam and chutneys from Jam Packed Preserves, milk and cream from Nutfield Dairy, cheese from Norbury Park Farm Cheese Company, local honey and Daltons Butter.