Farm Case Study 20: Tullich Highland Rare Breed Pigs, Invergordon

Tullich Highland Rare Breeds Farm to the far north of the Scottish Highlands in Invergordon, breed Oxford Sandy Blacks and Large Black pigs. During lockdown, they’ve had a large upturn in pork sales as people are eager to know more about the well-being of pigs.

“We’re experiencing people that are coming back because they like what we do, and the quality of our meat and they like how we do it, which is brilliant. I also think people are becoming more aware of food miles, quality of meat and how the meat is produced so I’m hoping we can get the message across on our high standards and the quality of the meat that we produce”.

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