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Your Farmer

45 Mount Mindaroo Lane
High Range NSW 2575

Phone: (02) 4858 1758

You can email us using the form on this page. This is our preferred comtact method as we are often not indoors during business hours! Thank you.

Please also check our frequently asked questions below.


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! The concept of our business model is win-win for both the consumer and the farmer. We are certain you will be very pleased with the taste and quality of our meat. If however you decide its not for you we don’t wish to lock you in. All we ask is that you give us at least 21 days notice prior to cancelling. Any later and your meat would already be being processed. Any cancellations less that 21 days will still need to be paid for.

Your Farmer’s meat is vacuum packaged and as a result can be frozen for up to one year. If you wish to suspend a deivery thats OK too, please let us know 21 days prior so we can organise with our butcher. Any cancellations less that 21 days will still need to be paid for.

Yes please. We deliver during working-hours so you can be home when we arrive. We will be able to give you an exact date and approximate time after your order once we determine your location. You can arrange for us to leave with a neighbour or at a workplace if convenient.

We vacuum pack all meat and deliver in a polystyrene eski directly to your home.

The polystyrene eski is made up of 98% air, expanded Polystyrene is extremely lightweight, and as a result, the cost of transport of this material is significantly reduced.  This in turn reduces emissions due to fuel consumption, thus less impact on global warming.  Further, Expanded Polystyrene is odourless and non-toxic.  It does not, nor has ever emitted chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), and is recyclable.

We ship to Sydney, Southern Highlands, Canberra and the Shoalhaven

Please use the form above to contact us, anytime. This will get to us even if we are in the paddock :)

Our animals are not raised using vaccines or other chemicals. They are grown on the natural grasses in the beautiful southern highlands.