About Us

PFL Farm Shop

We are open Tuesday & Wednesday 10.00am to 4.00pm, Thursday to Saturday 09.00am to 5.00pm, Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm (closed Monday)

Pound Farm Lodge is a family-run, local farm located in Shamley Green, Surrey (10 minutes from Guildford).

At our Farm Shop, we’re proud to only sell what we grow – with a side of a fish which we source on a sustainable basis from a reputable supplier.

Originally from New Zealand, we knew a thing or two about meat when we started farming at Pound Farm Lodge around five years ago. We knew that it was important to eat quality produce where you can, and that animals who live a good life without unnecessary intervention produce the best meat.

We started selling our produce when we had too much for ourselves and our friends and family to eat – which shows that we really are committed to sustainable farming! Our product supply is limited to only what we have available here on the farm as we choose not to ‘buy in’ our meat or produce.

Our animals are grown to produce lean meat with little fat. All of our beef is hung for 28-35 days and is supplied frozen in many forms – from roasts and steaks, to mince, sausages, burger patties and more. We freeze to retain the quality of the meat.

Many of our customers buy directly from the farm house (our family home), meaning they often walk and see our animals for themselves and know exactly how our animals are raised. Come and see for yourself!

All of our animals live a free-range life, meaning they can roam freely outdoors rather than being confined to an enclosure for the entire day.

All of our animals are grass-fed too, rather than having a commercially grain-based diet. We do this because it’s better for the animals’ health – and it’s better for our health, too, giving us a higher ratio of vital omega 3 (the good stuff) to omega 6 fatty acids (the bad guys).

We practice organic methods, which means we actively avoid man-made fertilisers and pesticides. We only treat the team with antibiotics when it is the right thing to do.

Our animals are slow-reared, meaning they reach maturity slowly and naturally, living better quality lives in the process – and producing a better tasting product.

If you’d like to learn more about our animals, see the ‘Our Animals‘ menu at the top of the page!