Beef Stock Bones

£3.00

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Description

Beef stock bones from our grass-fed Aberdeen Angus herd, the perfect way to create a stock or broth full of flavour.

Suitable for soups, stews or sauces, bones are a great way to use even more of the cow.

Weight: 1kg

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Customer Reviews4.95 4.9/5 Based on 13 reviewsShow all reviews

5

GoodReviewed by Lilian15 on 26 Jan 2022

Made some beautifully jellied stock from some, which is just what I wanted. The rest in freezer waiting for next lot. Very healthy and versatile. I was really looking for cow knee bone but this was a good substitute.

5

Great for stockReviewed by M.arama1807 on 22 Dec 2021

These were great for a stock.artived fresh and on time

5

Beef stock bonesReviewed by Graemeahrankin on 28 Oct 2021

Good value

5

Love itReviewed by Elselsa on 08 Oct 2021

Good quality

5

Dog loved it!Reviewed by S.hemsley on 06 Oct 2021

I bought the bones for my dog. She disappeared with it in the bushes and came out in a couple of hours happy and tired, fell straight asleep!

Delivery

Mainland UK Delivery

Delivery OptionDelivery TimeTrackedSigned ForCost
Standard Delivery (Up to 20kg - Wed-Fri)Next Day (After Dispatch)*YesNo£7.95
Standard Delivery (Over 20kg - Wed-Fri)Next Day (After Dispatch)*YesNo£7.95 (plus 30p/kg)
Standard Delivery (Orders over £150** - Wed-Fri)Next Day (After Dispatch)*YesNoFREE
Saturday Delivery (Up to 20kg)Next Day (After Dispatch)*YesNo£36.50
Saturday Delivery (Over 20kg)Next Day (After Dispatch)*YesNo£36.50 (plus 30p/kg)
Collect In PersonSelect date at checkoutN/AN/AFREE

*If you have chosen a delivery date, we will dispatch your order the day before it is due. If you haven't chosen a delivery date we will deliver your order on the day after you ordered if a) you ordered before 1pm and b) you ordered between Tuesday and Friday.

**Exclusions apply. Unpasteurised milk is excluded from free delivery due to weight restrictions.

Please Note: Due to our shop opening hours, we can only deliver on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Non-Mainland UK and International Delivery

Delivery rates for orders from non-mainland UK addresses, including the Scottish Highlands and Islands, and Isle of Wight will be calculated at the checkout.

How quickly will my order arrive?

Our aim is to dispatch all orders placed before 1pm on the same day (Tuesday to Friday), this is dependent on whether the items ordered are in stock. Any orders placed after that time will be dispatched on the next available working day.

We will send you a notification email when your order has been dispatched. The time your order takes to arrive will depend on the delivery option you choose.

While we always try our best to dispatch every order following the above guidelines, during extremely busy periods dispatch times may increase by up to one day.

What days will my order be delivered on?

Our couriers deliver between 07.00 and 18.00 Wednesday to Saturday.

Collect in person

You are able to collect your order from our premises by choosing the relevant option at the checkout. At this point delivery charges will be removed. Please choose your date of collection at the checkout.

You can collect your order from:

Kimbers Farm Shop
Linley Farm
Charlton Musgrove
Wincanton
Somerset
BA9 8HD

Refund Policy

All orders are thoroughly checked before leaving our premises. On receipt of your order we request that you check the items as soon as possible. If you are unhappy with your order for any reason, please contact us on 01963 33177 or info@kimbersfarmshop.co.uk. Please have your order number to hand when you contact us as it will allow us to find your order quickly.

Faulty/Damaged Goods

If any item you receive from us arrives damaged, please contact us as soon as possible on 01963 33177 or by email info@kimbersfarmshop.co.uk. We will then advise you on the best course of action. 

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