Pheasants’ Hill Farm
Here’s a few tasty tit-bits about them. They started out with one Tamworth pig in 1997. Then when their neighbours got wind of it (excuse the pun) they asked about free range pork. So they got a herd. Then followed the sheep and chickens. They’re all free-range, naturally reared and rare breed. They partner other rare breed farmers in Northern Ireland with similar attitudes to farming who supply them with Irish Moiled and Dexter grass fed beef, grass fed lamb, wild venison, free range chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese, as well as rabbits, pheasants, and other game birds. We just can’t list everything they sell, but it’s all totally delicious. They’re able to cope with all that meat because they have their own butchery on site. You have to taste their dry-cured bacon to believe how good it is. You can buy direct from the farm or order online for home delivery or click and collect from the farm or from St Georges Market. They have a stall at St George’s Market in Belfast every Saturday. Look out for their mobile kitchen at events. Wedding, hampers and outside catering too.
Farm shop opening hours Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm St Georges Stall Opening Hours Every Saturday 9am to 3 pm Online orders www.pheasantshillfarm.com.
What They Do
Free range rare breeds farm, farm shop and St George’s market stall selling free range pork, bacon, hams, smoked hams, lamb and eggs, grass-fed beef, free range chickens and wild venison in season.