We are fourth-generation farmers committed to community.
We farm to feed our family and our neighbours. We are the Enright Cattle Company.
We take great care with our land and our animals, ensuring they grow and thrive. And we take great pride in the the results – exceptionally good food we can share with others.
We want the next generation to inherit productive soil, to understand the value of farming, to appreciate where our food comes from, and to continue feeding the community. We farm for ourselves and for the future.
Sustainability comes first for us.
Our crops feed our animals, our animals feed us, their manure feeds the fields, and so we carry on. We work hard to make the most of our land and to keep it productive for future farmers.
Because we have a limited amount of land, we need to manage it carefully. We maintain a small herd so we have space to grow food for our animals, and we rotate our crops and grazing pasture so our soil stays nutrient rich. It’s important that we use our resources wisely.
We also take steps to reduce our impact. We continually look for new ways to manage our water consumption and and we use technology to prevent waste every step of the way.
We feel a strong commitment to our community, who help us succeed. From the abattoir up the road, to our parents’ farm around the corner. From the tannery we use, to the restaurants we supply. From the equipment we buy, to your table, everything happens locally. Together, we’re preserving our rural economy.
Everything we do makes for better beef
From the quality of life we give our animals, to dry aging for supreme tenderness. You won’t find any artificial hormones in our beef, just the incredible texture and flavour that can only come from happy, healthy cows. Experience the difference for yourself.
At Enright, nothing goes to waste
We use as much of our animals as possible. While beef is our main business, we sell bones for soup, make soap from fat, our offal goes into gourmet dog food and treats, and we craft gorgeous leather goods from our hides. Even our animals’ manure goes back into our fields as fertilizer.