New chairman sought for Pasture-Fed Livestock Association

James Osman is one of three new directors welcomed to the board
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The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) is seeking a new chairman to fill the role left vacant by John Meadley, who had run the organisation since 2011. 

PFLA, which champions livestock farmers that produce high quality beef, lamb and dairy without feeding any grains to animals, is on the hunt for a new chairman that will move the organisation forward.

PFLA prides itself on being positioned to influence the future of UK agriculture policy and emphasise the benefits it has on human health, as well as focussing on animal welfare, environment and wildlife.

The association currently has 320 individual members, including 54 Pasture for Life-certified farmers and 34 certified butchers.

PFLA said its biggest challenges are to ensure the association is financially self-sustaining and to grow the market for Pasture for Life food.

The suitable candidate to fulfil the role of chairman should have solid experience and a strong passion and commitment to the PFLA, its mission and strategic objectives.

Whoever secures the position will head a professional board of directors that are actively driving PFLA forward.

For more information, contact PFLA director Fidelity Weston on or call 079867797116. 

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