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Slow roast shoulder of Black Orchard Large Black

Very high welfare, ethically reared, free-range, pedigree, rare breed pork available now from the freezer, just contact us at info@black-orchard.co.uk to buy or place an order. 

For what makes our pork so special, see our Black Orchard Large Blacks page.

Feedback for Black Orchard pork: 

“Like pork used to taste”, “So succulent!”, “Real depth of flavour”, “The best crackling I’ve ever tasted!”, "Your sausages are amazing!" 

“Really the best shoulder I’ve ever had. Fell to pieces. Amazing crackling”,

"The chops are so meaty; really different”, “Absolutely delicious!”, “Completely different to supermarket pork”, "We are delighted by the taste and quality... thanks again for providing an excellent, delicious product", "Truly the best piece of meat I have ever eaten".

Orders now being taken for half pigs and  pork boxes available February/March 2022

Current availability: 


5kg Tasting Boxes £45, deposit £10

Available from the freezer. 

A selection of joints and chops from the freezer, please speak to us about your requirements.

To Order:

Half Pigs £180, deposit £40

Butchered to your requirements including sausages

Available February/March 2022

10kg Custom Pork Boxes £80, deposit £20

Available February/March 2022

Collection from Berllan Dywyll Farm, near Bancffosfelen, local delivery or nationwide via courier, all vacuum packed, fresh on day received from butcher, otherwise frozen. 


Black Orchard Tasting Box

Nationwide delivery now available - 

£17.50 for Tasting and Custom Boxes, at cost dependent on exact weight for Half Pigs

Delivery and Packing Details

We use the excellent local company, Celtic Couriers, part of the APC chain, to deliver before noon the next day.

The pork is packed into polystyrene boxes which easily keep it frozen for over 24 hours.  The boxes are supplied by a local shop who receive deliveries in them, and are checked and cleaned before used by Black Orchard.  Without us re-using them they would be sent straight to landfill and are therefore the most ecologically sound packaging we could find.  Once your delicious pork has been removed from them, the boxes can be used for keeping food hot or cold, or even, with the addition of a couple of holes, growing tomatoes or other plants.