The Denham Estate

The Denham Estate is an agricultural estate occupying 1200 acres of picturesque Suffolk countryside between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds. The estate has one of the largest herds of Fallow deer in Europe and is acknowledged as a leading example of deer farming undertaken in keeping with the foremost principles of animal welfare and good husbandry.

Apart from Fallow deer the estate carries a large flock of rare breed sheep, the Denham Castle Lamb, unique to the estate and Red Tractor accredited. Traditional crops of wheat, barley, oilseed rape, malting barley, maize as well as grass for hay and silage are grown to provide home produced feed for the livestock. Why not visit our new online shop?

Doe and Fawn Sheep Deer

Latest Estate News

Quarterly Update June 2016

Another mixed group of chefs and front of house staff from Galvin’s restaurants came visiting. From seeing the animals and how they are cared for, to a butchery demonstration, it is such a great way for customers to see where the produce comes from and be able to ask any questions, technical or otherwise, and also for us to learn from them more of the full supply chain story; literally from the paddock to the plate.


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Winter feeding at the Denham Estate Hungry mouths to feed at the Denham Estate Young Buck at the Denham Estate View More...