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Bramblebee Farm
Half a Grass Fed Free Range Hogget

Half a Grass Fed Free Range Hogget

Half a Grass Fed Free Range Hogget


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Supplied by: Bramblebee Farm | Delivery Details

Hogget is the word used to describe a lamb in its second spring or summer – so aged between one and two years.

While still tender, a hogget’s extra feeding time on pasture allows it to develop a flavour that is richer and fuller than lambs.


This Half Hogget Box includes:

  • 1 Whole Leg 
  • 1 Whole Shoulder
  • Rolled Breast
  • Chops
  • Neck Slices

The average weight for half a hogget is 12-13kg bone in, the only bone removed is from the rib cage averaging 2-3kg.

If you require the leg or shoulder to be cut into two joints, then please make a note in the delivery details at checkout.

Delivery timescales approximately 7-10 days.

Delivery Details

Delivery is FREE over £100, otherwise £12.00

Unfortunately we are unable to send goods to the following postcodes:  AB, BT1-94, DD8- 9, FK17-21, GY1-10, HS1-9, IM1-9, IV21-24, IV26-28, IV40-56, JE1-5, KW1-14, , KA27-28, KW15-17, PA20, PA36,  PA40-49, 60-80, PH30-31, PH33-44, TR21-25, ZE1-3.

For an additional £3.75 Bramblebee can dispatch upto 20kg then 36p per additional kilo to the following postcodes:
IV1-20, IV25, IV30-37, IV63, PH15-26, PA21-35, PA37-39, FK17-21, PH32, PH49-50, PO30-4


Shipping Facts

Orders are dispatched each week on Wednesdays & Thursdays. Please order by 5pm on Tuesday to receive that week. 


Minimum Order Details

There is a minimum order of £50

Christmas Period Delivery

Last Order Date for Christmas Delivery is 15th December
Christmas Pre-Orders will be sent out w/c 18th December.
We will be accepting orders between Christmas & New Year; these will be dispatched w/c 9th January.

Customer Services
07800 884571

Opening Times

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Returns Policy

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Meet the retailer

Bramblebee Farm

Bramblebee Farm specialise in Aberdeen Angus Beef and Old Spot Pork, from the middle of the fertile Fens. Paul Day and family practise regenerative agriculture, believing that great grass produces great's all natural, traditional, but forward thinking, eco-friendly, rearing several native breeds that suit the "slow food" system.


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