Although the name Puddledub may be associated with the buffalo farming business of his nephew further down the road, Tom Mitchell and his wife Camilla’s renown as pork farmers hasn’t been eclipsed. Over four generations and 300 years the Mitchells have farmed the area, and Clentrie Farm’s produce – including gammon, bacon, pies and sausages – is produced from barley-fed pigs who are treated humanely throughout their lives, as traditional farming methods would expect. The business also extends to hog roast catering and a busy farmers' market presence.
Reviews & features
Tracing the history of meat producers Puddledub11 Jul 2012
Puddledub pork and buffalo are some of Fife's best known products
The name Puddledub has been prominent in the shaping of Fife’s food identity in the past decade, yet there may be no such place. Lynda Hamilton sets out to find it
Food fit for a kingdom: Mike Small, pioneer of the Fife Diet, reflects on his year of eating locally1 May 2009
In the mad world we live in, an idea such as eating food from near where you come from is groundbreaking and extraordinary. Bizarrely, it was regarded as a big news story. I was one of hundreds of people who chose to eat this way for a year and have…