Stone Axe Wagyu
Stone Axe Fullblood Wagyu breeding herds are dispersed across several breeding farms in New South Wales and Victoria, all of which are managed by Stone Axe’s own staff. Each property is situated 1000m above sea level, resulting in a climate that enhances conditions for the breeding and raising of Fullblood Wagyu.
The cattle can grow and mature to their potential with access to natural shelter, clean fresh air, water and pasture, all in a low stress environment. Every Stone Axe Wagyu animal has its own unique identification tag, allowing for careful monitoring of each animal’s development, and traceability across the whole life of the product.
RANGERS VALLEY BEEF
Rangers Valley is one of the world's most respected premium marbled beef producers specialising in pure Black Angus and Wagyu cross breeds. Located in the New South Wales New England Tablelands, the cattle are farmed under world class methods resulting in the highest quality, best tasting, consistently tender and delicious beef. Victor Churchill are proud to be the exclusive retail supplier of Black Market beef by Rangers Valley which is usually reserved for the best restaurants.
Exclusive to Victor Churchill, rare breed Kurobuta Pork is farmed in Northern New South Wales. Kurobuta Pork is one of the most highly prized meats available and is internationally renowned for being of exceptional high quality. Often remarked as being the Wagyu of the pork world. This pork comes from an ancient breed of British pig, known as the Black Berkshire.
O’Connor Beef produce some of Australia’s best grass fed beef. For over 25 years O’Connor Beef has been providing premium beef from the pristine Gippsland region of South East Victoria. With abundant, nutrient rich pastures cattle graze on natural clover and rye grass that provide protein, vitamins and minerals and result in meat that is free of genetic modifications, hormones, antibiotic or chemical residues.
Saskia Beer has been tending to game animals since she was 11 years old and has amassed an exceptional understanding of what is required to produce superior game. The meat is slightly darker because they are free to roam and develop their muscles naturally. The result is a chicken that tastes like chicken is supposed to, remarked as being flavoursome, plump and juicy.