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Farmgate Meats understand that healthy eating is important to you and your family. We also understand that healthy stock equals healthy people.
Since 2007 we have sold our Top Quality Grass Fed, Free Range Angus Beef and Lamb Direct From the Farm it is grown on to customers throughout NZ. We were one of the first Families to do this so that ordinary everyday people could buy direct from our Family Farm and know where their delicious grassfed meat came from.
You can even meet us (the everyday Farmer) when we take a day off our farm and personally deliver your order in our Free Delivery areas, Southland, Southern Lakes District, Central Otago, Dunedin & Mosgiel
Quotes are available for delivery to other destinations within New Zealand.
Our Beef and Lamb adheres to all NZ Food & Health regulations. All meat is slaughtered and processed in accordance with a Risk Management Programme registered with NZFSA.
We know where our meat comes from because we grow it ourselves on our own farm with careful consideration for use of natural fertilizers, breeding programmes and soil and grass maintenance. We own our family farm and are out there working 7 days a week to ensure a great eating experience. There is no middle man so therefore we fully guarantee our product and trust you will thoroughly enjoy our meat.
We have a selected range of Beef and Lamb Packs available full of tender and succulent meat. Our selection of Packs includes a wide range of meat cuts to suit every lifestyle. From top steak cuts like fillet and ribeye to mince and topside roasts. With the various sizes available for Prime Angus Beef in Quarter, Half or Whole we can cater for every budget and freezer size. If it is Lamb you prefer then we offer Texel, one of the highest quality breeds available.
We would love to hear from you so please contact us if you have any questions or if you wish to place an order.
As seen on…
2014 Season: Episode 29 – “Taste Of The South”
29/04/2012 – “Cow-Pooling”