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We are home to the Carr Farm Christmas Goose and herd of Belted Galloway Cattle located in the beautiful Waveney Valley on the Norfolk Suffolk border in The Broads National Park. The farm comprises over 100 acres of grassland. The oldest part of the farmhouse dates back to 1601 and overlooks the grazing marshes across the valley to the Waveney River, the woodlands of Somerleyton and Herringfleet Mill.

Our Geese

All our Norfolk geese are free range, grain fed and hung for a good flavour. Oven ready geese will be prepared the day of sale and will be packed in a presentation box with separate giblets, fat and fresh herbs. Our tasty Christmas Goose is available to mail order from our on-line shop or collected direct from the farm.
The welfare of our geese is of paramount importance to us – they are reared to the highest standards free range on our farm in the beautiful Waveney Valley on the Norfolk Suffolk border – learn more about how we raise our geese.

Belted Galloway Cattle

Our Waveney herd of Belted Galloway cattle graze on the burgh marshes at Carr Farm, a slow growing hardy breed, renowned for producing fine quality well marbled beef. Our cattle are 100% grass reared slow maturing for a full three years. The beef is dry aged for a minimum of 21 days for a full flavour quality product. A variety of beef boxes are available from our on-line shop with something for every taste and pocket including a taster, barbeque, steak, family and budget box. Prices range from £30 with free local delivery available.

Other Produce

We also rear free range rare breed Saddleback cross pigs they are slower growing than pure commercial breeds and far more tasty ! Try our chipolatas and bacon with your Christmas Goose and buy on-line. By special order we have available a variety of pork joints for purchase as well as a limited supply of gammon including the fabulous Suffolk Black give us a call.

Recent tweets…

Go for goose this year with the mouth-watering recipe over in our Christmas issue - served with roast apples, onions and potato stuffing.

Belted Galloway herd becomes Norfolk’s first ‘Pasture for Life’ farm https://t.co/CyzT2EtDL9

Great article in @FarmersGuardian about the Hegartys #norfolk #geese flock yesterday @britishgoose

Probably the lull before the storm #beltie baby on the milk bar on burgh marshes this sunny but cold morning.

Been waiting all year for the #belties to feature in our village calender...December is our month!

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