10,000ha milestone is reached, but more farmers are needed to meet demand for Pasture Meat
There are now 10,000ha of farmland being managed according to Pasture for Life certification standards, sustaining around 6000 cattle and 9000 sheep, purely on grazed grass and conserved forage, with no grain, soya or maize. And as demand for Pasture Meat soars, the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association is looking for more farmer suppliers…
Pasture farming is fairer farming
Russ Carrington, Executive Secretary of the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association argued for a fairer deal for Britain’s farmers at this year’s prestigious Hay Festival, putting forward the association’s collaborative approach as a sensible model for the future
Hogget – Farming the Natural Way
Pasture farmers Mel and Jonty Brunyee tell us in a new video how and why they farm the way they do, on the historic Sherborne Park Estate in the beautiful Cotswolds.
New Certification Mark for Pasture Meat
A new certification mark for meat that comes from animals that only eat pasture and never any cereal feeds, was launched by the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association in Oxford on 7 January.
Pasture-Fed on BBC Countryfile
Five million viewers learnt about the benefits of eating meat from animals raised purely on pasture when Approved Supplier Simon Cutter and Executive Secretary Russ Carrington appeared on Countryfile.