Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy your meat?
We sell all of our meat through our website. Click 'Order Online' in our menu bar and select from our range of pastured pork and/or grass-fed beef. You can order one of our meat boxes or customise your own order.
Can I purchase your meat from any shops?
No. We sell all of our meat direct to our customers. We lease a small butchery in Clarecastle where we butcher our meat and make our products, however it is not open to the public.
Where do you deliver?
We deliver Ireland-wide. We hope to ship to Northern Ireland in early 2023.
Do you ship to the UK?
How much does delivery cost?
All orders over €150 are eligible for free shipping and it is automatically applied at checkout. Orders under €150 incur a €20 delivery fee.
What days do you deliver?
All orders are shipped on Thursday evening for Friday delivery.
Can I collect my order?
Yes. You can choose to pick up your order from Quin or Clarecastle and there is no minimum spend. Select local pick up as your preferred shipping method and you won't be charged a delivery fee. Pick up can be arranged by appointment Mon-Sat every week.
What are your payment methods?
We accept most major cards through our online store. If you select local pick up then you have the option to pay cash on collection. We also accept payment by Revolut.
Is your meat sold fresh or frozen?
We sell most of our meat frozen, however there are times when we will be selling it fresh. Our meat is cut, packaged and freshly frozen as soon as possible to ensure optimum quality.
What is the shelf-life on your meat?
We vacuum seal our meat which means that fresh meat will last for at least 10 days in the refrigerator, after which it will need to be frozen. Once frozen, the shelf-life extends to 12 months.
Can I cook defrosted meat and then re-freeze the meal?
Yes. It is safe to defrost meat, cook a meal and then freeze the meal.
Is your farm open to the public?
No. Our farm is not open to the public. We would love to host open days and farm walks one day soon. In the meantime, we are very active on Instagram and operate with full transparency, so follow us if you are interested in seeing our animals and how we farm.
Are you certified organic?
We are not fully certified yet. Our farm is entering it's second year of organic conversion through the Irish Organic Association.