Category Archive: Koramba Cotton Farm

Jul 20

How can I explain the taste?

T-Bone has been hanging in the cold room now for over three weeks. There’s a lovely crust over the meat which is exactly what we’re looking for. We don’t want the meat to be sticky to the touch. Butchering a cow is a bit different to a pig, sheep or goat so, with a book …

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Jul 05

Shannon’s property at Emmaville:

Three day weekends are now the norm for the few remaining staff at Koramba Farm. Shannon often takes the opportunity to go up to his 250 acre property at Emmaville. He invited Stretch & Kim, Chris and I up to visit. Shannon left Thursday afternoon to make the slow trip up driving his John Deere …

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Jul 01

T-bone is now….T-bones.

The instigator of most of our learning curve out here is Shannon and as usual it started with him wandering over and letting us know something was about to happen. This time it was, “I’m giving T-bone some anesthetic and then hanging him. Want to learn how to skin an animal?” Now we knew this …

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