Beef Suet

Picture of Beef Suet

From The Kimbers Family Farm, Wincanton, Somerset.


Aberdeen Angus Beef

Free Range, Grass Fed

(apx.) 200g
Suet is the fat found around the kidney of the cow. It is traditionally used in pastry, in steamed puddings and sweet mincemeat.


The Beatbush beef herd was founded in the Autumn of 1999 with the purchase of 52 Limousin cross Friesian heifers and two Aberdeen Angus bulls. The bulls were put in with the heifers the following summer and we had our first calves in the Spring of 2001. The hardiness of the Aberdeen Angus cross fits very well with a system. The cattle seem happiest when they are outside even when the weather is awful.

The majority of the calves are born in the Spring as nature intended so that the cows can take advantage of the flush of Spring grass to produce lots of milk for their hungry offspring. The calves are weaned in the Autumn and spend the winter housed on deep straw beds.

Please note that all meat weights are approximate and may vary by 20% either way.