Our family has farmed at Bank End Farm for over a century. The farm is situated on the Lune Estuary at Cockerham where our sheep graze the salt marshes. The marshes have never been fertilised or ploughed and because of the high salt levels we do not have to use any drugs or antibiotics. The Taste of Salt Marsh Lamb The subtle flavour, taste and texture of the meat derives from the diet of the lambs that graze the marshes which are regularly washed by the sea. The taste of the meat is far from tasting salty but is light and sweet. Salt Marsh Lamb is recognised as a delicacy in Europe, especially in the Normandy Region of France where it known as Pre Sal?. It is now becoming increasingly popular here in England.
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