New Here?

G’day! A very warm welcome to Border Park Organics.

If you’re visiting for the first time, this page is designed for you. We invite you to take a tour of how we do things below. (And yes, if you’ve been with us for a while, we trust you’ll also find this page tremendously helpful.)

How Our Ordering Process Works

Click the icons to navigate through the five steps.

1. Choose
     Meat Pack

2. Find Collection
     Point

3. Create Account
     & Pay Deposit

4. Collect Order

5. Make Final
     Payment

1. CHOOSE YOUR ORGANIC MEAT PACK

  • Order online or by emailing or phoning us
  • Our meat is charged per kg of actual meat received (so it’s easy for you to compare prices, and see the value of our packs)
  • Each cut is bagged and labelled
  • Your meat arrives fresh not frozen (occasionally due to longer transit times, we need to freeze our sausages)

Want to get shopping? Head to the shop now!
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2. FIND YOUR COLLECTION POINT

  • We have over 50 collection points throughout South Australia
  • We deliver to central collection points – such as freight depots or public car parks (not homes or offices)
  • We use registered refrigerated transport
  • Average freight costs per order are $35 per person
  • Tip: you save on freight costs when others in your area order at the same time!

Want to get going? Head to our interactive map now!
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3. CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT & PAY THE DEPOSIT

  • Create your own account where you’ll be able to view your order history
  • We require a 50% deposit and your freight cost paid to secure your order (due at time of ordering)
  • Payment is by PayPal, credit card, or bank transfer
  • Collection time and date confirmed at checkout

Want to get started? Create your account today!
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4. COLLECT YOUR ORDER

  • Your meat will be ready to collect within 2-3 weeks of ordering.
  • You or your nominee must be available to meet the courier vehicle or at your collection point at the agreed time
  • Your order will be delivered during business hours

Where will you get this information? At Checkout (and via email notification), we’ll give you all you need to know.
 

5. MAKE YOUR FINAL PAYMENT

  • Your final payment is determined by the actual weight of your order (minus your deposit)
  • Any freight savings (by sharing a collection point with others) will be credited on your final invoice.
  • Your final payment is due approximately 2 weeks after you receive your order

If you have any questions, drop us a line. We’d love to help.
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New Here? A Word from Us

As farmers, we’re humbled to have you here.

If you’re keen to learn more about the benefits of organic food (particularly meat) and support our farming family by purchasing meat from us, then you’re in the right place!

Over the past few years we’ve seen an increased global trend toward better health, particularly focused on real food. (And perhaps like you, our family hasn’t always put real food as a priority in our budget). Even though it’s becoming more popular, we’re also conscious of the common misconception that organic food is expensive and not worth the extra money.

It doesn’t have to be this way (and we oughta know cos we’ve got a bunch of kids!).

Our belief is that everyone should be able to afford good food. And that’s great news for you, because it just so happens that we produce good food (think organic beef, lamb and other goodies) 🙂

It’s also our desire to make organic meat accessible to other families.

Here’s what customer’s Kelly and Geoff (Adelaide) have aptly said, “Thanks very much for the work you are doing! It’s greatly appreciated by us in the city who simply don’t have room for a herd of sheep or cattle!”

So, whether you’re brand new to the concept of organics or buying straight from the farmer, or you once used to raise your own livestock, we hope you’ll enjoy your time with us (and perhaps find an organic meat pack to suit you too!)

Can we suggest three things?

What We Offer

What We Mean By… (Basic Definitions)

With so many buzz terms around these days, it’s understandable if you’re a little bamboozled.

We thought it might be helpful to briefly outline our understanding on the terms you’ll find on our website.

Our Mission & Operating Principles

OUR MISSION

To provide families with affordable and nutritious food. Food that promotes overall health and healing. Organically produced meat online. 100% pasture-fed. Grown with integrity and sustainably managed. Naturally free from chemicals, hormones and antibiotics.

OUR OPERATING PRINCIPLES

Affordability
We believe everyone should be able to afford good food. We provide bulk meat packs, and also encourage you to try our great value secondary cuts and older aged animals.

Health
Using the whole animal, including lesser known cuts, provides nutrient-dense food, promotes creativity and avoids waste.

Transparency
We welcome questions and comments about our farming systems. Our production system and ‘paddock to plate’ processes are approved by independent auditing bodies, so you can be confident each animal’s ‘traceability’.

Sustainability
Maintaining soil health is vital in our fragile Mallee region in South Australia. We’re continually working to find ways to regenerate our soils and native plants so this area can be farmed by generations to come.

Our Promise to You

“How can I be confident in your products?”

We are dedicated to maintaining two objectives:

• providing a reliable source of quality meat for customers, and
• being wise caretakers of our livestock and soils.

To this end, you can be assured that we:

• allow our pasture-fed animals to grow at a natural rate (without adding hormones)
• offer animals that have been solely born and raised on our farm (unless otherwise stated)
• only slaughter in response to orders (not in advance)
• butcher animals that have reached their fullest potential
• provide customers with fresh meat (not frozen)
• are farming sustainably with the future in mind