At Johnsons we have been producing meat for over 100 years from our farm shop in Old Hurst near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Our animals are still reared in the traditional manner today as they were then.
Johnsons is a paradise of quality and service. We have our own butchery and farm shop just outside Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. We are fanatical about the quality and preparation of all our produce. People travel far and wide to visit our Farm Shop and Tea Rooms for our excellent quality produce and a great day out. Our staff have an intimate knowledge about all the meat we are preparing of which 90% is home reared.
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Available from the farm shop are home and local farm reared beef - a speciality which is hanged for a minimum of four weeks, pork, lamb, poultry, game, venison and ostrich. We make eighteen varieties of sausage all with a no shrink guarantee. Home made pork pies, pasties, haslets, brawns and freshly baked cakes are also available from the farm shop.
The farm makes for a great day out. Many of the animals are on view to the public; children and adults alike are encouraged to wander round and mix with some of the animals.
Childrens play area Available for patrons of the farm shop and tea-rooms, the childrens playing field is a safe and enjoyable area with toy tractors and play fort in the pleasent surroundings of the farm animals.
Scandinavian arctic pine lodge Come and try a new experience in our Scandinavian arctic pine lodge at Johnsons of Old Hurst.
At Easter 2009 we opened our magnificent new tearoom – The Eccentric Englishman - and garden selling home produced food and snacks using ingredients from our shop wherever possible, from a delicious fresh cooked breakfast through to morning coffee, lunches and our speciality traditional cream tea.
Along with our traditional farming we are not afraid to try alternative meats with a modern approach. In 2004 we received our first Nile crocodiles which we are growing to maturity for breeding stock. A new crocodile enclosure is now completed and the crocodiles are on view to the public - come and see them for yourself!