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Massingberd Mundy Lincoln Red Beef

Website: southormsbyestate.co.uk/products/lincoln-red-beef/

Email: enquiries@southormsbyestate.co.uk

Address: South Ormsby, Lincolnshire LN11 8QS

Massingberd Mundy Lincoln Red Beef

About Massingberd Mundy Lincoln Red Beef


The Massingberd-Mundy Lincoln Red Beef herd is a 400-strong herd of pure, original population Lincoln Red cattle, one of the nation’s oldest and rarest breeds of beef cattle. They spend their time grazing the pasture across the 3,000-acre estate using a rotational grazing method.

All beef from South Ormsby Estate comes with a “Farm to Fork Traceability Guarantee”, with each product including the unique animal identification number so you can trace your cuts of meat down to the cow it came from and where on the Estate.

Preferring a forage-based diet, the Lincoln Reds grow much slower than other breeds so they live a longer life before they can be slaughtered. This slower growth produces the fuller flavour and rich marbling of the Lincoln Red.

The beef is dry-hung for 21 days to allow the meat to mature before it is expertly butchered by artisanal butchers, local to the estate. Butchered seasonally, Massingberd-Mundy Lincoln Red beef offers superior quality for a considerably better taste.

They're passionate about sustainability, and the range of boxes allows all cuts to be used, meaning all beef is going straight into boxes directly to the customer, with near-zero waste.

Photo taken from the South Ormsby Estate Website

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