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Locally grown lamb and beef.

Long View Farm & Meats is a family business, owned and operated in Clunes, Victoria.  We offer farm fresh lamb and beef, grown locally on our property, as well as pork, chicken, and fresh fish. 


Apprenticed as a young man, I learnt the trade from a well-known European butcher, and have passed on those skills to my team.

Quality is important to us at Long View.  While the world was topsy-turvy during the onset of the pandemic, just using our locally grown meat meant we could guarantee the quality.  Since then, our range has expanded to include a range of additional products, including a quick meals range. 


But rest assured, our signature home grown "Bulk Buy" range is still available, and in face, is now on offer all year round.

Micheal de Kort



You are used to seeing us in the shop.  But when we aren’t cutting meat, sharing a laugh or giving your dog a treat – we are at the farm.  In 2014 our family realised a dream.  We bought a farm.  Being a qualified butcher, I’d always wanted to grow our own meat.  Our intention was to open an old-fashioned style butcher shop and where better to do that, than in Clunes, Victoria? 


It’s taken a lot of work and a few grey hairs, but Long View Farm & Meats has now been operating since 2017, employing local people and being a part of our town’s local economy.  Since then the world has thrown us (and everyone else on the planet!) a few curve balls. By working together with our family, team and community we've been able to weather the challenges that come with living life.  We've expanded our range of products in the shop to ensure that people have the option of ready meals for those busy nights, as well as the traditional cuts that we are known for.  In 2024 following the expansion of our farming operations, we are now also able to offer bulk lamb and beef packs - ideal for large families or people who share purchase or simply those with a big freezer who love great quality meat! 



You’ve tasted our Long View lamb or beef before.  So you know it’s good.  There is a reason for that.  It’s locally grown, travelling only a few miles from our paddock to your plate.  Then we hang it for as long as we can, before cutting it.


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