Scottish couple from camvoice
This led them to purchase a working horse box that they have spent months converting into a state-of-the-art Beef Box.
“We’ve built up a good customer base from selling at the farm and have become passionate about free range, top-quality Scottish beef,” said Steph, who is a qualified veterinary nurse and make-up artist and has two young sons with James, Seumas, 6, and Lochie, 2.
Highland cattle have been on the farm since 2005 and after “falling in love” with the breed, the couple established the Cragganvallie fold in 2015 with females purchased from the west coast including heifers from the Ardbhan fold on North Uist.
Last summer James and Steph were keen to promote Scottish beef and educate the public on where food comes from.
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The animals for finishing are outside throughout the summer months but housed in the winter and finished on barley at 40 months of age at 170kg deadweight when slaughtered at Millers of Speyside in Grantown.
Having completed the renovations at the end of July, the first outing with the Beef Box was the Black Isle Show, which saw two successful days of selling to new and old customers.