Q.How much is your delivery charge?
Q.What are your delivery days?
Wednesdays and Fridays
What happens if I’m not in when you deliver?
A.(a) When ordering you can give instructions for your parcel to be left if you are out. e.g. Please leave
(b) If no instructions have been given the courier will leave you a card to telephone them to
Q.What are your Farm Shop opening times?
A.Thursday & Friday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. (closed during Christmas and New Year)
How much notice do you need if I wish to place an order to be collected from your
A.Due to the homemade nature of our products we require 3 days notice so we can make your order as
fresh as possible.
Q.Do I have to wait until your Farm Shop is open to place an order by telephone?
A.No, we work on our farm 7 days a week but its not always possible to be near the telephone. If you
leave a message on our answer phone we will call you back at our earliest opportunity.
Farmers’ Markets & Events
Q.How do I know which events you will be attending and when?
A.If you visit our Farmers’ Market page you will see our diary of events, times and locations.
Q.Can I collect an order from one of the Farmers’ Markets or events you are attending?
A.Yes, but please give 3 days notice so we can make your order as fresh as possible for you.
Q.How do I order to collect?
A.You can either order online or by telephone.
Q.Do you use Pork in any of your products?
A.No. However, we do sell Wild Boar Meat but do not add this to any of our other products.
Q.Do you use natural or synthetic sausage skins?
A.Natural – sheep casings.
Q.Are you products supplied fresh or frozen?
A.Majority of our products are supplied fresh but please check individual product information for details.
Q.How are your products packed?
A.Fillets, steaks, mince, diced and stir-fry are supplied vacuum packed. Burgers, sausages and meatballs
are supplied in sealed trays.
Q.What is Select Lincolnshire?
A.Select Lincolnshire has become an established aid for the Food and Farming industry. It showcases the
range and quality of the food produced in Lincolnshire.
For further details visit www.selectlincolnshire.com