Cattle checking apples for our Silly Moo Cider

Cattle checking apples for our Silly Moo Cider

Welcome to Trenchmore Farm

We farm for flavour. Our Sussex x Wagyu cattle are mostly grass fed, also enjoying a few, protein rich, brewer's grains from our local breweries and a treat of apple pomace from our cider pressing. We're using traditional and latest research to produce consistent, marbled, succulent, slow grown, 28 day dry aged beef. In the orchard we have about 1600 traditional cider apple trees from which we make Silly Moo Sussex Cider along with apples from the gardens of Sussex which our apple swappers bring in each Autumn, and, as you can see, occasionally we have some competition for the apples! 

This year we're experimenting with heritage wheat and looking for bakers who'd like to try some local, interesting flours. Delighted to have been a finalist for the Sustainable Food Made Good Supplier of the Year Award 2016 and Sussex Food and Drink Awards Farmer of the Year 2017.

Silly Moo Cider

Is now available. Our latest batch has just returned from the (new!) bottlers and will be making its way to the bars and pubs of Sussex. Hope you enjoy it and look forward to hearing from you.

If you have any bottles of Silly Moo with the code BBE 03 19, BBE 04 19 or BBE 05 19 please get in touch. Yeast has been detected and some of the bottles are re-fermenting, the cider is safe to drink but if there is yeast in a bottle the flavour will change and the bottles, which are not designed for bottle fermentation, may break. We are removing all current stock as a precaution and if you have any at home with these Best Before Ends (03, 04, 05) please dispose of the bottles in household waste and contact us for a refund - cider@trenchmore.co.uk. More details on our Facebook page - thank you.


                                     Trenchmore Beef

                                     Trenchmore Beef