Having completed the renovations at the end of July, the first outing with the Beef Box was the Black Isle Show, which saw two successful days of selling to new and old customers.Steph said: “Local farmers’ markets will be our main target for selling beef and we hope to attend more agricultural shows next year as well as the Moy Game Fair.The new, purpose built Firth Pavilion is one of Scotland's most spectacular wedding venues.
“It’s important not to rush and ruin a product so we don’t just kill to meet the demand,” said Steph.
“We watch our animals grow and they are only slaughtered when they are ready.
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“We’re already booked into the Highland Food and Drink Festival at Eden Court in November and the Fort Augustus Abbey Market, North Kessock and Dingwall farmers’ markets.” The Beef Box offers all cuts of slowly matured Highland beef including discounted beef packs at £25 and summer barbecue packs at £30.
Powers of social media have also been working in the Fosters’ favour to promote their new venture with all updates posted to the Cragganvallie Fold Facebook page and The Fosters/ Cragganvallie_fold Instagram account.For a more relaxed experience the friendly Aura Lounge bar offers tasty food and a well stocked bar.Seamill Hydro also boasts a heated indoor pool, air conditioned gym and a host of beauty and massage treatments in our leisure club.“The inside was then sanded down and fitted with kitchen units, electricity, a copper sink (which is originally a French jam pan) and fridges and freezers.The Beef Box now concentrates entirely on 100% pure Highland beef and free-to-roam eggs from a variety of hen breeds on the farm including Bantam, Light Sussex and rescue hens from the British Hen Welfare Trust.Highland cattle have been on the farm since 2005 and after “falling in love” with the breed, the couple established the Cragganvallie fold in 2015 with females purchased from the west coast including heifers from the Ardbhan fold on North Uist.