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Romshed Farm raise a small herd of traditional Hereford cattle which calve each year outside in the spring. They stay with their mothers until they are 8 months old at which time they are weaned before the next calf is born.

The traditional Hereford is a slow growing beef breed, and it produces a well marbled texture with an excellent flavour. The steers are matured over 30 months (the maximum time allowed under Government regulations) and the beef is hung for three to four weeks.