Forthill Farm

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Farmshop / Meat & Game

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Forthill Farm
80 Ballymore Road, Tandragee Co Armagh , BT62 2JY
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The rare breed animals raised on Kenny and Jennifer Gracey's farm are familiar to millions in recent years, thanks to their starring roles in Game of Thrones.

Forthill Farm

The rare breed animals raised on Kenny and Jennifer Gracey's farm have become familiar to millions in recent years, thanks to their starring roles in Game of Thrones.


Visitors are welcome to come and see them (just phone ahead, to make sure somebody is available to show you around) and to buy their delicious meats.


Their naturally reared free range rare breed pork (Gloucester Old Spots and Saddleback; fresh pork/ roasts, sausages bacon, gammon) and beef (Longhorn and Belted Galloway; hung on the bone for at least three weeks) is "real meat, as nature intended" and on sale at the farm shop.


Orders can also be taken by phone or email for collection or delivery by arrangement. Discounts are given on large orders, and hog roasts are available for parties (contact Kenny - mobile 07710 804819 - to discuss requirements).


They also take part in the Open Farm scheme and sometimes have breeding stock and weaners/store pigs available.

Shop open: Mon-Sat, 9-5.30 (Thu to 7.30pm). Closed Sun. abbreviations

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