Millbank Venison

Sustainable, Ethical, High Animal Welfare, Low Carbon, Nutritious

Scottish venison is a healthy, natural, sustainable meat. Our parkland and wild venison is produced and prepared with pride in Dumfries and Galloway. We are 100% committed to producing an award winning sustainable meat to be enjoyed by all

Nutritious

Venison is regarded as the premier meat for the health conscious. With the lowest fat, lowest cholesterol and the highest protein content of any meat combined with high iron content and omega 3 our parkland venison is ideal for those on a healthy or low cholesterol diet. Why don’t you try our venison haunch recipe.

Venison Recipes

Fillet of Venison With Wild Mushroom Sauce

Fillet of Venison With Wild Mushroom Sauce

Difficulty Level:
one-star
Type of dish:
Main
Red Plum Sauce and Venison Medallions

Red Plum Sauce and Venison Medallions

Difficulty Level:
one-star
Type of dish:
Main or Starter
Venison Pie with Buttermilk Mash

Venison Pie with Buttermilk Mash

Difficulty Level:
one-star
Type of dish:
Main Course
venison burger

Nothing but the best

Millbank Parkland Venison is exclusively sourced from 14 to 22 month old animals in prime condition, the meat is hung for the optimum period of 1 week, resulting in venison which is consistent, tender and of very high quality.

Venison

  • 6g/100g fat (beef/chicken/lamb/pork 12-20g/100g)
  • 198 kcal/100g (beef/chicken/lamb/pork 214-286kcal/100g)
venison steak recipe

Why is ours the best?

Not all venison is the same. Venison varies within species, age, gender, whether farmed venison or wild venison as well as the condition and health status of the deer. There are 6 deer species in the UK.

About The Venison

Fallow deer were introduced into Britain from the Mediterranean by the Romans. Initially they were contained within parks but are now found wild in many areas of Britain.

Our Fallow deer are raised on a low input grass system, during cold winter months grassland is supplemented with hay and locally  sourced feed. Due to the breeding season our fallow venison is only available from 1st August through to 30th April. Out with this period we have local Roe venison for sale.