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At Hanrox Farm it’s a pig’s world


or free range meat on your doorstep, you don’t need to travel far. The Hall family of Hanrox Farm, at Chiswell Green, near St Albans, have over a decade’s experience and can offer free range pork, eggs and some of the best turkeys in Hertfordshire. Owner Graham Hall explained why he and his family decided to set up the farm. He said: “Much of the food was mass produced food. We felt it was bland and tasteless - the meats were barn-reared or even worse, looked after so badly that they had no life - we aim to change that. “All our animals are free range and roam about.


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We feed them natural food or as close as possible to natural ingredients, allowing our pigs to root. We can’t help but to give them the best life we can.” As well as turkeys, eggs and pork, Graham revealed lamb and beef will be added to the menu next year. They also offer a whole pig for hog roasts. He added: “We hope you can enjoy our meats. We have a rare breed which means they grow slow so no one wants to farm them, but this is the reason we have quality meat which in our opinion is the best pork you can have.


LOCALLY PRODUCED FARM REARED PORK


Our pigs are Berkshire Rare Breed and are fed as closely as possible to natural food such as root crops. All family members play their part - feeding, monitoring, returning livestock to enclosures in the evenings and keeping a constant watch over them.


BOXED PORK £80


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