Native Breeds

Finnish landrace sheep exquisitely adapted to the Nordic climate and estimated to date back at least one thousand years. The inherently savoury qualities of the low fat but high taste meat are only enhanced by the wide range of wholesome and natural feed available to the sheep.

Kyyttö cattle are the oldest breed of cattle reared by the Finno-Ugric people. The Finnish name kyyttö derives from the coloration of the animals: the light, zigzag streak running along the back of the animals, separating the dark flanks, is reminiscent of an adder, which in Finnish is kyy.