71 Lynn Road
Richard (above right) with Ted, from Priory Farm Wormegay, who supply Bowers with beef and lamb
Animal welfare is a high priority when we source our meat. We attempt to achieve the highest standard of service and satisfaction for our customers.
The pigs that produce Blythburgh Free Range Pork are born outside and spend their entire lives outdoors in the fresh air, with freedom to roam in large paddocks, rooting around in the sandy Suffolk soil and playing with their peers.
'Once they understand how our pigs are reared, we find that the British public is increasingly supporting real free range pig farmers and demanding exceptional quality pork. It's our duty to make sure they are not disappointed'.
Jimmy Butler (pictured left)
Farmers Weekly Pig Farmer of the Year 2005
Blythburgh Free Range Pork
L & AE Munns and Son
Priory Farm Wormegay
Munns started rearing “Free Range geese” in 1999 starting with 20 birds hatched out from locally purchased eggs. Their birds are free range, roaming within 8 acres.
They are fed on an additive free diet from home grown wheat.
Despite the expansion in area from those early days, the farm cropping is still very much that of a traditional fenland farm and has changed little since then, except for the flock of free range geese they keep each year for Christmas.
We also get our goose fat, duck fat and rapeseed oil from Munns - all great for your roast potatoes!
We get our free-range eggs from Havensfield Happy Hens in Hoxne, Suffolk. Their hens are able to run, jump, fly, play or sit in the beautiful Suffolk countryside. A happy life in small flocks gives a great end product in the eggs we receive.
Havensfield Happy Hens
We use Diaper Poultry in Suffolk who supply our free range chickens and other poultry needs. Diapers is a third generation family run business driven by the philosophy "quality not quantity". Bowers has been working with them for over 10 years delivering quality to our customers.
Ted (pictured right) has supplied us with top quality beef and lamb for many years with the beef being mainly limousin crossed with traditional British breeds giving us the small bones and best quality flavour.
Ted is a highly respected judge of cattle and sheep, regularly being asked to judge entries in Christmas Fatstock shows from Colchester to Stamford.