Shorthorn Sirloin Steak

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The Shorthorn was developed during the last quarter of the 18th century through selective breeding including the French Maine-Anjou blood line (originally quite a controversial decision at that time). The cattle now mostly local in the Teeswater district, Durham County, in the north of England. It is characterised by short horns, blocky conformation, and colour ranging from red, red with white markings, white or roan resulting from a mixture of red and white hairs. It is the only roan-coloured modern cattle breed.

Each steak 200-250g