Scotts Field Pork

About Scotts Field Pork

Owner, Robert Simonds comes from a background of commercial pig breeding but now continues the tradition begun by his great grandfather Dr Andrew Kay who first kept a herd of pedigree large blacks in his orchard at The Manor House, Blakeney in North Norfolk during the 1920s.

My grandmother Mabel recalls in her memoirs…

Scotts Field Pork is very much a family affair too. Robert’s wife Sarah and their two children Georgie & Paddy are all involved with looking after the pigs as well as their flock of Romney sheep and Dexter Cattle.

We do not sell our pork direct to the public but it can be found in the best butchers shops and on the finest restaurant menus throughout Norfolk, Suffolk and beyond.

‘My father was finding it hard to pay for our education so he grew apples and had a herd of pedigree black pigs which were a great success. We once brought up an orphan pig called Billykins in the house. He helped Shorter, our handyman-cum-chaffeur wait at table, we could hear them both coming down the corridor when we rang the bell’

Look East's visit to scotts field pork

defra ministers visit to scotts field pork

michelin star adam byatt talking about our pork

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