Certified 100% grass-fed beef, lamb and dairy products

Pasture containing grasses, wildflowers and herbs is the natural diet of cattle and sheep. Yet today, very few animals are fed from pasture alone. Many farmers now try to produce their meat and milk as quickly as possible, by feeding things like cereals and imported soya, with animals indoors much of the time. So animals are vanishing from our fields and the tasty, healthy, grass-fed food they produce is hard to find. Our farmers make the most of their pastures by keeping their animals out for as long as possible and feeding preserved pasture if they need to come inside,

The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association brings together British farmers committed to producing high quality food in a more natural way.

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Our members are farmers, butchers, retailers, researchers and members of the public, all are welcome.

PFLA leads new consortium asking for CLEAR and transparent food labelling

PFLA leads new consortium asking for CLEAR and transparent food labelling

The PFLA is leading a newly established group called CLEAR - the Consortium for Labelling for the Environment, Animal Welfare and Regenerative Farming....

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PFLA AGM at Newton Rigg College, Cumbria

PFLA AGM at Newton Rigg College, Cumbria

This year’s AGM was packed full of insight, information, people with fascinating stories and some very interesting visits. Harry Greenfield reports....

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