“Some of the best Beef I have ever tasted! Top quality customer service, and top quality meat.”
Spicy Lamb Burgers 440G
Our hand-made spicy lamb burgers are a great alternative to their beef counterparts with real depth of flavour and from grass-fed lamb that has been reared on small, family-run farms in Dorset and Wiltshire.
Each pack contains four spicy lamb burgers.
Pop some in the freezer!
Your earliest collection date is
Thursday 28th March*
from The Dorset Meat Company at DT11 8HB
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Your earliest delivery date is
Friday 29th March*
We deliver across the UK
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We believe our spicy lamb burgers are truly outstanding. From native breed flocks that have been purely grass-fed on lush, natural pastures rich in wild grasses, flowers and herbs to produce a rich, full flavour, our free-range lamb is sourced from small, local, family run farms in Dorset and Wiltshire with the highest standards of animal welfare.
Our naturally grown, grass-fed lamb is hung on the bone for up to 7 days and has been hand-trimmed by our master butchers to provide lean meat with a deep, rich flavour. Grass-fed lamb has a better ratio of Omega 3 to Omega 6, is high in antioxidants such as vitamin E and contains higher vitamin and mineral levels. Eating meat from animals that themselves have only eaten a natural diet of grass, wildflowers, clovers and legumes, rich in essential vitamins and minerals and untainted by chemicals and pesticides, makes a whole lot of sense. It’s a healthy choice to make.
We believe strongly that small-scale farming is better for the farmer, the animal, the local ecology, and for you – producing exceptionally tasting, ethically reared meat that you can trust completely.
What our customers say
“The best quality meat that I’ve ever experienced and that’s coming from an avid meat fan! I’ve shopped around extensively and cannot find a better value source of grass fed beef in the UK.”
“Just WOW !!! The meat is top quality and great delivery service.”