The Duncan Family are traditional beef and sheep farmers producing home-grown lamb, hogget and mutton from their farms near Drymen and Loch Lomond.
70 YEARS IN THE MAKING
Commander Henry Duncan started the family’s farming journey back in the 1950’s when he and his brother John purchased Inveruglas, a hill farm at the north end of Loch Lomond, and its sheep stock. Over the past 70 years the family business has expanded to include Blairfad Farm and Lands of Drumhead, both located near Drymen. The farm now has two separate flocks of sheep, as well as 200 native bred suckler cows and their followers.