Bubnell Cliff Farm

If you’d like to buy beef from the Wheatlands herd of 60 pedigree Longhorns, you’d best be hungry: Tom only sells by the half or whole cow. Their succulent, tender, and flavoursome meat is really rather special. The Longhorns are the oldest registered breed of cattle in the world, known in England since the 16th century. Originally, they were draught animals, but through selective breeding during the Industrial Revolution their grass-fed meat, sweeping creamy-white bonnet horns, and docile temperament, has made they extremely popular with chefs and diners alike.

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