We deliver premium quality sides of beef direct from our farm in Henty Brook, Southwest WA to your door step in Perth, Bunbury, and throughout Southwest WA.

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Henty Brook Angus, nestled in the foot hills of the Ferguson Valley, is totally family owned and run. We believe that people are entitled to know exactly how their food is produced. Our customers can be confident that our beef is a premium local product – grass fed, free of hormones and antibiotics, and with animal welfare at the forefront of our minds.

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What’s so good about our beef? It comes from grass fed, free range Angus cattle!

Angus cattle are renowned for producing superior quality beef, due to intra-muscular fat marbling that results in supreme tenderness, texture, and flavour. 100% natural, free range, grass fed cattle naturally produce better, healthier meat high in omega-3s. And we never have and never will use hormones or antibiotic feed additives to grow our cattle.

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Save money on premium grassfed Angus beef – buy a side of beef online

We package up sides of beef and also offer a selection of value-for-money mixed cartons. Select which products you would like using our easy online ordering form, pay your deposit online, and we'll deliver it direct from our farm to your door in Perth, Bunbury, and throughout Southwest WA.

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Meet Pete!

Expert butcher Pete with beefThis is Pete Gianfrancesco, from Pete’s Chop Shop in Australind, with his apprentice Tim. Pete does all the packaging and cutting up of Henty Brook Angus beef, and his attention to detail and passion for producing quality local meat at value-for-money prices is second to none.

Pete insists we dry age our beef for a minimum of 12 days, for optimal eating qualities.

He makes a fine Italian sausage too. Check out his specials at www.peteschopshop.com.au




This week on the farm…

calves bunbury - side of beefWe’re planning for the future. Some welcome rain lately means the break of the season is hopefully not too far away. We’ll be seeding our hay paddocks soon with ryegrass, clover and oats for winter feed. When the irrigation season closes next month, we will be relying on adequate rainfall to keep the grass growing.

Meanwhile, calving is still in full swing. We calve in autumn, and so far we have about 38 calves on the ground, with about 88 still due to be born in the next few months.

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