The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) is a strong and diverse community of farmers, butchers, academics and consumers, which champions the regenerative role of ruminant grazing animals.
It promotes the unique quality of produce raised exclusively on pasture and the wider environmental and animal welfare benefits that these systems represent. It owns the Pasture for Life Certification Mark.
Regional PFLA groups are springing up across the country, the latest pasture-fed research is being investigated, the PFLA is working with like-minded organisations looking at financial support post-Brexit and also lobbying for stronger point-of-sale labelling for 100% grass-fed meat and dairy.
PFLA membership costs £100 a year and is open to everyone. Join on the PFLA website.