These beef products come from animals reared using suckler cow husbandry. This means that for their first ten months of life, the young animals are raised naturally in the herd alongside the suckler cows and have daily access to pasture. In bad weather, they can exercise outside in the yard and lie down inside on straw bedding. To begin with, they get their milk straight from the udder. Later they feed on hay, grass or silage.