Our beef comes from pairing two hearty Scottish Breeds – Galloway and Angus.

We harvest our animals in the late summer through early winter when they are between 17 and 22 months of age.

The meat is dry aged for a minimum of 14 days before being professionally cut and wrapped.

We sell only by the whole and half, although two customers may split a side taking a quarter each.

Our production is limited so we encourage advance orders that are guaranteed with a small deposit.

Brighton saw the highest incidence of sexual assult and Swansea residences endured the most drug offences in the last year.

Wolverhampton experienced more robbery than any other city, and Cambridge was recorded as the place where most bicycles get stolen every year.

Michael Rainsford, co-founder of Stu said: “Crime statistics serve as an important metric for students looking to make an informed choice about where to live.

A new report has analysed 535,468 crimes in student areas in 64 towns and cities in England and Wales to find the places where Britain's undergraduates are most exposed to high levels of crime, with Brighton, Swansea and Stoke-on-Trent ranking first, second and third respectively.

The data revealed that students in Brighton were living with the highest levels of recorded crime in 2014 with an average rate of 829 incidents per thousand residents over the period, occurring where they live.

The town on the south coast of England, which is home to Brighton and Sussex universities, was followed by Swansea - with 633 crimes per thousand residents - Stoke on Trent with 534 and Newscastle with 519.

The type of crimes varied depending on each area, the Stu survey found.