Compassionately reared at the most westerly point of Europe, surrounded by the wild Atlantic, our Irish by Buitelaar cattle roam the rich, grassy pastures of the emerald isle.
Ireland’s heartland has long been known as true cattle country, benefitting from the gulf stream climate and the infamous lashings of rain, that over the centuries, have shaped the luscious habitats our cattle graze on.
To achieve the exceptionally consistent texture and rounded depth of flavour our meat is renowned for, our Irish by Buitelaar farmers have nurtured their trade, aligning traditional farming systems, passed down the generations, with modern best practice. Under this careful management and diet, our beef animals are testament to the true, slow maturation rate that is widely sought after on the restaurant menu.
Tender, soft and juicy Irish by Buitelaar meat is sourced with the consumers’ needs in mind and hand selected as per customer requirement. To accommodate the specific needs of the catering butcher, available bone in or boneless, each cut is readily prepared and trimmed to tight specifications; dry aging is available on request.
The highly regarded beef can be found served both domestically and internationally at Michelin starred restaurants, high end retailers and prestigious hotels.
All our cattle hold the Board Bia Quality Assurance stamp of approval.
For more information on our Irish by Buitelaar beef range, please contact us.
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We are proud of the recognition we have received for our commitment to the highest possible welfare standards in our supply chain which aids our goal of delivering a top-quality finished product to our customers.
Compassion in world farming awarded to Morrisons / Buitelaar supply chain 2020
The Cream Awards 2019
Meat Management Industry Awards 2019
Compassion In World Farming Awarded To Morrisons / Buitelaar Supply Chain 2019
The Grocer Supermeat & Fish Awards 2018