Articles for Farmers
Deep and open discussion benefits all on study tour
Farmer-to-farmer learning is a large part of the PFLA’s philosophy, and none more so than on the annual study tour. This year a group set off to the North East to visit two exceptional grassland farms.
Project to improve upland farm profitability
The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association seeks co-ordinators and farmers interested in a new project working in upland areas of the UK funded by The Princes Countryside Fund.
Pasture for Life – Case Study – Caley Walton Partners, Berwickshire
Chris and Denise Walton with their son Angus and retired business partner Amanda Caley, run a successful and award-winning fresh, air-dried and cured meats business from Peelham Farm, in the rolling Berwickshire countryside.
There was a lot of learning and much motivation given on this year’s Pasture for Life study tour
This year’s study tour was as inspirational as ever – taking in two certified Pasture for Life farms and an enlightening agroforestry project in Shropshire. Laura Elliot reports.
Hundreds visit Groundswell’s first ever Grass-Fed day
Russ Carrington introduced the first day at Groundswell this year, where all the talk was about getting grass-fed beef back onto arable farms.