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29th September, 2015
An impressive roof structure has been erected by a local company, Nethy Steel.

This ensures that both the Category 1 and Category 3 bulkers are permanently covered. This makes it easier for us to comply with the legislation regarding the covering and disposal of waste.

It also makes our Yardman's job a lot easier and rainwater is no longer an issue. ...
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21st July, 2015
Here is Max from Allens of Mayfair with the Millers of Speyside Beef ready for a Butchery masterclass with Remy Martin UK.

Classes are a fun and interactive way to learn the basics of butchery.

Their classes last for 1.5 hours and take place twice weekly and cost £150.
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24th June, 2015
GRANTOWN ON SPEY celebrates its 250th birthday this week.
On 28th June 1765, John Grant, a weaver from Rothiemurchus, watched the laying of the first stone of his new linen manufactory.
It was the first of several new buildings in James Grant of Grant's new town - Grant Town - now one of the best preserved and most interesting of all the planned towns and villages in Scotland.
Exactly 250 years later Grantown will mark this event and highlight all that this vibrant community has sinc ...
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Highland Football League - Dennis Bridgeford

23rd June, 2015
Dennis Bridgeford, one of Pig suppliers has been appointed the Highland League's new president for the next 3 years.
Dennis has a long association with football. He was on the committee at Brora Rangers for six years before joining Clach.
He said "The Highland League has survived for 125 years by being progressive and innovative and I would hope to continue that trend". We wish him every success. ...
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Tracy is Back!

23rd June, 2015
Following Tracy's departure on 16th January 2015, she returned to us on 22 April. She just couldn't stay away!
It is nice to have her back and she is working hard towardsour BRC Audit mid-August.
Tracy is working along side Kirsteen Nott our Quality Assistant. ...
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Saying Goodbye to Tracy Sinclair

11th February, 2015
Tracy Sinclair,our Quality Assurance Manager left us on 16th January to pursue a similar career locally.
Tracy worked tirelessly to help us achieve our BRC (British Retail Consortium) Accreditation.
We will miss our South African "Princess" and wish her every success.
Tracy's position has evolved and we now have 2 lovely ladies to take over this area of responsibility.
Kirsteen Nott (Quality Assurance Assistant) has already started and Roxanna is due to start on 2nd M ...
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30th March, 2012

The butcher's shop is located underneath BARBECOA restaurant and offers the best of traditional butchery. Staffed by highly trained butchers with years of experience.

Shortly after supply to them commenced,we welcomed Marco Peerdeman, Butchery Manager and Zak Grammer, Assistant Butchery Manager from Barbecoa.

This visit afforded them the opportunity to see the operation of our business with an intensive tour of the factory.

Barbecoa take ...
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26th October, 2011
Nathan (Head Chef) at Roslin Beach Hotel, Thorpe Bay, Essex visited Millers on Thursday 20th October 2011.
Millers have been supplying the Hotel with our beef for a short time and it was nice that Nathan took the time to see our operation here and also to meet us face to face.
The Roslin Beach Hotel is located in the peaceful and beautiful village of Thorpe Bay and boasts a fine view of the Thames Estuary not to mention the enticing dining options that are available.
Contentment and ...
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Highland Cattle

15th April, 2008
Highland cattle are the oldest pedigree breed of cattle in the world and the first cattle breed to be registered back in 1884. Originally there were 2 types of Highland Cattle, known as Kyloes. These were small and black in colour and were associated with the West of Scotland and the Islands whereas the larger red haired cattle grazed in the Highlands. Today they are known collectively as Highland Cattle and the recognised colours are Red, Black, Yellow, Dun, White Brindle and Silver.
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Alex Renton Discovers Why Happy Cows Mean Better Beef

15th April, 2008
A few months ago, we welcomed Alex Renton, a journalist working for the Observer/Guardian Group. Murdo MacLeod, photographer for Observer Food Monthly, accompanied Alex. The purpose of the visit was for Alex to research the welfare of the animals.

The research covered a number of aspects including a visit to Balnafettach Farm on the outskirts of Grantown on Spey where Alex was able to see first hand how well the cattle are cared for by Bill Cassells one of our valued local farmers. ...
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An impressive roof structure has been erected by a local company, Nethy Ste ...
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Here is Max from Allens of Mayfair with the Millers of Speyside Beef ready ...
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