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Though times have changed since my great, great, great, great, great grandfather Thomas started the family business in 1780 where he farmed land at Trunce Farm, near Wortley. It was Thomas’ son James who started a small butchers shop on the farm. As butchering became more successful James’ son Joseph Dyson moved to another farm at Oxspring near Penistone which was a bigger farm and allowed the butchering business to expand. The business has continued to expand into wholesaling nationwide.
When I came into the family business in 2005 I noticed that there were many local, traditional butchers closing and many customers only had the option of going to a supermarket for their meat. Many people asked me why they couldn’t get quality traditional meat at affordable prices. That’s when the idea for Eat Great Meat was born over a family Sunday lunch with my brother (another Joseph Dyson Bramall) and his girlfriend Gemma. They said why don’t you have a website to sell this fantastic meat. I’m sure there are loads of people who would buy this meat but they don’t have any local butchers.
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