Hello. After you have looked at the photos of some our our produce, there is an explanation below of where you can enjoy or buy the produce and then enjoy it at home.
Above is our meat for retail. All prepared in our butchery under the supervision of 71 year old Spencer Nicholls. No other meat is ever allowed in our butchery so I can assure you this meat is grass fed, Glyphosate free throughout it’s life, Halaal killed and has not been adulterated with MSG, water, bread, sawdust, soya, irradiated spices and the meat from confinement farmed animals. Unlike many providers of so called free range/grass fed beef we are SAMIC registered.
From left to right. Biltong (sliced, Nitrogen gas flushed for 3 months shelf life, 150grams), droewors (200 grams, also Nitrogen gas flushed), burger patties (200 grams, 4 per pack, only forequarter meat, minced once, 5 grams of salt per 1kg, clingfilm wrapped), boerewors (500 grams, vacuum packed), mince rolls (500 grams, frozen, minced twice), fresh mince (500 grams, minced twice, vacuum packed) and burger patties (100 grams, 4 per pack, only forequarter meat, minced once, 5 grams of salt per 1kg, vacuum packed). All our produce is barcoded as per the photos above and below.
Most of our steak is available at the various restaurants on Spier. The Hotel, The Hoghouse and Eight. The Mount Nelson does use our steak too.
The eggs above come from our hens in their Eggmobiles. Click here for more. Prices below.
Our new biltong packaging is specifically designed for the checkout aisle. It has a euroslot and on the back is the barcode. It is flushed with Nitrogen gas which gives a 3 month shelf life at room temperature.
Above and below are photos of our bone broth. Details about what bone broth is are here. You can choose the glass or BPA free plastic packaging. This elixir comes in 1 litre quantities. Recommended Retail price is R65 per bottle.
Mzukizi, below, is about to finish applying the plastic sheet and then use the handpress to press the burgers.
We provide the following produce from our farm.
2. Eggs (Our hens overnight and lay in Eggmobiles. Click here to find out what an Eggmobile is. The biggest lie in agriculture is free range eggs. Read here how our national chain retailers support this consumer fraud.
3. Straw wine. (Here is a little essay about my Ezibusisweni Straw Wine.)
4. Chenin Blanc wine. (Here is story about my Ezibusisweni Chenin Blanc)
5. A selection of books that have inspired and helped me to farm as well as printed t-shirts.
We don’t provide lamb or chicken anymore. Details below.
There are four ways to get hold of our products:
- Eat our produce at the restaurants listed below.
- Buy our produce from retailers listed below.
- On the Spier Wine Farm in the Eight to Go deli our eggs are available. 7 days a week.
- You can collect your order from our farm office as per this arrangement.
1. Restaurants and Hotels
Carne – Eggs, Beef
Mount Nelson – Eggs, Beef
Pot Luck Club – Eggs
The Loading Bay – Beef, Eggs
Shortmarket Club – Eggs
Vineyard Hotel – Burger patties
Bread and Wine – Eggs
Foliage – Eggs
La Motte – Eggs
Le Quartier Francais – Eggs, Straw Wine, Beef
Mont Rochelle – Burger patties
De Oude Meul – Beef
Eight, Spier Hotel, Spier Wine Farm – Eggs, Beef
Hoghouse Bakery and Cafe, Spier – Beef, Eggs
Soverby Guest House – Eggs
Benguela on Main – Eggs
Camphors, Vergelegen – Eggs
95 on Morgenster – Eggs
Alphen Spar, Constantia – Beef, Eggs
Continental Butchery – Kloof Street – Eggs, Beef
Ethical Coop, Home delivery service – Eggs
Garden Route Goodies – Hout Bay – Eggs
Organic Zone – Lakeside – Eggs, Beef, Bone broth
Think Organic – Kenilworth – Eggs, Bone broth, Beef. Click here to access the goods. And then click here to see their album of their real food safari (farm tour)
Wellness Warehouse (Kloof Street) – Eggs, Beef, Bone broth
Wild Organics, Home delivery service – Eggs, Beef
Jackson’s Real Food Market, Bryanston – Biltong, Eggs, Bone broth
Spar, Paul Roos – Eggs
Go Natural – Eggs
Spar, Lions Square, Main Road – Eggs, Beef
Thanks in advance for your support and for taking an interest as to where and how your food is produced.
22 October 2016