Some of the Dalachy Texel flock grazing on the slopes of Dalachy with the Forth bridges in the background.
 Some of the Dalachy Texel flock grazing on the slopes of Dalachy with the Forth bridges in the background.

On south-facing hillsides just outside Aberdour, Fife, overlooking the Firth of Forth, Dalachy Farm has been farmed by the Inglis family for three generations.

Today it is still farmed with the same passion by brothers Tom and Watson Inglis, ably assisted by their wives Wilma and Sheena.

Dalachy is a mixed farm with many arable acres but it is their Aberdeen Angus beef herd and the Dalachy Texel flock that is their true pride.

"The animals are bred from our own prize bull and rams and reared here at Dalachy," explains Tom, "and so we know their history and provenance throughout their lifecycle."

"Our beef is always hung for at least three weeks before purchase, that's what makes Dalachy Beef different from mas

s-produced supermarket fare."
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Tom Inglis with one of our prize winning Aberdeen Angus bulls.
 Tom Inglis with one of our prize winning Aberdeen Angus bulls.

We are members of Quality Meat Scotland who audit us annually. This monitoring ensures that a good health programme is adopted for our livestock."

The animals we rear are our passion and we strive to provide the best for you, our customer. The welfare of our livestock is extremely important to us.

Our naturally reared healthy cattle are fed on home-grown cereals and grass. This means that the beef develops a better flavour when hung on the bone before being butchered, vacuum-packed and frozen. This ensures a better taste

and more flavour for you to enjoy.

Traceability

When you buy a steak or a pound of mince from Dalachy we know its history from when it was just a gleam in the bull's eye to when it lands in your shopping basket.

Beef fact

Beef offers a high level of nutrients compared to calories. The high nutrient density of beef makes it an essential part of low-calorie diets, especially for women with greater iron requirements.

Farmers Markets

30 Sep 2017;
09:00AM - 01:00PM
Kirkcaldy Farmers Market
14 Oct 2017;
08:00AM -
Dunfermline Farmers Market
28 Oct 2017;
09:00AM - 01:00PM
Kirkcaldy Farmers Market
11 Nov 2017;
08:00AM -
Dunfermline Farmers Market
25 Nov 2017;
09:00AM - 01:00PM
Kirkcaldy Farmers Market
09 Dec 2017;
08:00AM -
Dunfermline Farmers Market
30 Dec 2017;
09:00AM - 01:00PM
Kirkcaldy Farmers Market
13 Jan 2018;
08:00AM -
Dunfermline Farmers Market

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