News Articles

Not all meat has the same environmental footprint

Not all meat has the same environmental footprint

Why 100% grass-fed cattle and sheep can be seen as part of the solution to global warming in the UK.

Continue reading

Welsh PFLA Uplands group gets underway

Welsh PFLA Uplands group gets underway

Building on successes in Exmoor and Cumbria, the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) has launched the next group for its Uplands project, supported by the Prince’s Countryside Fund.

Continue reading

Pasture-Fed Livestock Association joins Eating Better

Pasture-Fed Livestock Association joins Eating Better

The PFLA is the first livestock farmer group to join the Eating Better alliance of more than 50 organisations that campaign for the consumption of less but better meat and dairy.

Continue reading

Certification for grass-fed meat and dairy now available in Ireland

Certification for grass-fed meat and dairy now available in Ireland

Irish farmers and processors interested in gaining third party assurance for 100% grass-fed meat and dairy can now be certified by the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA).

Continue reading

Launch of first UK-made 100% grass-fed Pasture for Life organic cheddar at Dairy-Tech 2019

Launch of first UK-made 100% grass-fed Pasture for Life organic cheddar at Dairy-Tech 2019

West Country cheese-maker Lye Cross Farm, based at Redhill near Bristol, launched its first 100% grass-fed cheddar cheese at Dairy-Tech today.

Continue reading