Free range meat

  • Late last year, we got Simon and Tom from Caveau (1 hat restaurant in Wollongong) to turn our free-range pork bones into a hearty nutritious bone broth. This broth is a must-have in all kitchens and is great to add to soups, sauces and stews or even just drank on its own. (A lot of intermittent fasting guides recommends swapping out a meal now and then for a cup of chemical-free bone broth). So what can be better than locally produced, chemical-free, pork bone broth, which also supports Green Connect and the local community? The bone broth is available in 500g and 1kg frozen vacuum packs to be picked up from our Green Connect Office in Port Kembla. (Please note that during CORNOA times, we are not regularly at the office so please email us to arrange pick up). Here are some recipes of what you can do with the broth. Easy Pho Pork Ragu Please get in the quick, limited amount available. If you would like to make your own stock, we also have stock packs available which include, bones and trotters.
  • Green Connect's chemical-free, free-range meat !

    We have limited amount of Lamb and Pork cuts and mixed value packs available (frozen),  from our last processing back in April 2020. Please note that these cannot be added to your veg box but must be collected from our office in Port Kembla. Green Connect is proud to be able to offer locally produced, chemical-free, sustainable fresh meat from our farm in Warrawong. Our pigs and lambs are raised on our chemical-free permaculture farm in Warrawong. The pigs digging and lambs grazing improves the organic condition of the farm helping our plants to grow. Our animals are regularly rotated around the farm so that they get different areas to feast on leftover fruit, vegetables and vegetation – which also helps us to cultivate the soil.We offer free-range pork and lamb, raised in the best possible conditions, every three months. They live in the sunshine, roll in the mud, and act like pigs. Their addition gives us the capacity to convert food waste into the meat. They also help us control weeds and vegetable stubble in our cropping areas, without synthetic chemicals. They spare us from fungal issues that can occur from stubble build up. They fertilize our soil with manure. Their digging forces and mixes organic matter deep into the ground. We have Pork Roasts, Lamb Cutlets and lots of other tasty cuts available.