Free local delivery to DL and HG postcodes (£40 min order). Orders outside of this area, delivery is free over £75.

News from the farm

  • Delivery charge being wrongly added to some local customer's checkout!

    Modern technology is all wonderful when it works but when it fails you it's a nightmare isn't it? At TMC we depend on our website heavily. We rece...
  • EXPANSION OF OUR LOCAL DELIVERY ZONES

    Local Delivery Expansion As of August 1st, we are delighted to announce that we are expanding our local delivery service to ALL DL and HG postcod...
  • Coronation Bank Holiday Specials!

    To mark the coronation of King Charles III on Saturday 6th May, we'd like to provide you with a 'meaty' alte...
  • TMC are Carbon Neutral!

    At TMC we are always looking to improve the ways we operate, whether that be farming using more regenerative and sustainable farming methods or ...
  • Garden parties, farm news, blue skies, green grass, new burgers!

    As the weather hots up for us Brits, and the BBQ is dusted down, don't forget to place your order for fabulous meat to be delivered to your door!
  • Spring time is a very exciting but busy time on the farm

    With Spring comes new life on the farm and our Spring Inspiration collection Learn more ...
  • What makes the Berkshire Pig so special?

    Why is Berkshire Pork considered the Wagyu equivalent of the pork world?
  • Why is it important to buy meat from a farm such as ours?

    You can be sure you are buying from a farmer who cares about their animals welfare. British agriculture has a very high standard of welfare general...
  • Happy New Year - let us help you in lockdown

    Happy New Year and let us help you out.

    Ideas for feeding hungry children while they are being home schooled.

    Treating yourselves while we are unable to dine out!

  • Our Pedigree Berkshire Boar

    This week we filled in our British Pig Association 2020 Bloodline survey. It is a vital part of the native breed conservation programme. They need to know which pigs are alive so that we can monitor both numbers of breeding pigs but also the genetic diversity within each breed.