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Join us at our Goulbourn Street butcher store for another great producer showcase evening.

Rachel Treasure and her family are regenerating a degraded farm in Richmond, using animals to build soil health and create a sustainable food source. Rachel is a natural storyteller – she’ll talk about how and why they chose this inspiring farming method and her current flock of Alloeburn Poll Merino sheep.

Meanwhile, we will do what we do best – break down a whole lamb during our discussion to demonstrate what that means in terms of carcass health and quality product.

Q&A throughout the evening is your opportunity to join the conversation, select cuts of lamb will be cooked for you to try. Drinks and nibbles included. Very limited numbers.

Cost

A115

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