The Denham Estate

The Denham Estate occupies 1100 acres of picturesque Suffolk countryside between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds and was once one of the largest Apple farms in East Anglia. However, for the last 30 years, the Estate has been renowned for our Fallow deer and more recently, lamb, especially the Denham Castle lamb, unique to us.

Traditional crops of wheat, barley, oilseed rape, malting barley, as well as grass for hay and silage are grown to provide home produced feed for the livestock and there are still heritage Apple orchards, a reminder from our early days. Why not visit our new online shop?

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Latest Estate News

New Direction

We have big news! We have changed how we work and we now are concentrating purely on our local customers, no longer driving down to London 3 times a week. This enables us to offer an even more personal service with our head butcher, Alan, being in much more direct contact with our customers and can prepare our produce to exact requirements on a customer by customer basis. We think that this is very important and is perhaps something that has been lost with a more generic product line.

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Images from the Estate Gallery

See The Denham Estate at Work

Browse images from around the estate. Be sure to check
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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...