We were encouraged to see that the Financial Times had published some letters from fellow PFLA members raising questions about their article from December 28th entitled “Have we reached peak meat?”. John Meadley’s can be read on this link: Pasture and ruminants will heal the soil David Wilson’s is...Read More: Letters to the FT in response to their article “Have we reached peak meat?” (Dec 28th)
There has been increasing research into the impact of methane from livestock on climate change. The article below from The Land magazine provides a fascinating examination of the current evidence. Click on the link to read it. A_Convenient_Untruth-1 Simon F re methaneRead More: Methane and Climate Change
Patrick Holden from the Sustainable Food Trust was interviewed on the Today programme on BBC Radio 4 this morning about the benefits of eating pasture-fed red meat, and you can listen to it here – it starts around 2hr 38 mins.Read More: Patrick Holden on the need to eat more red meat
Join us on Sunday 8th September 2019 from 11am – 5pm for our annual Stream Farm Open day! Come and take a look around the farm, learn about our Share-Farming model, and meet some of our Share-Farmers. As usual there’ll be face-painting, tractor rides, the nature walk, burgers on...Read More: Stream Farm Open Day – September 2019
March 26, 2019 According to an article in Fast Company last week, Impossible Foods has had a price breakthrough for its fake meat by switching from wheat to soybeans. Soybeans, of course, are much higher in protein than wheat so in making fake meat for the Impossible Burger it stands to...Read More: Impossible Foods, Impossible Truth – Joel Salatin
We’re delighted to announce that our fresh and oak-smoked rainbow trout, and still and sparkling spring water have both won Gold at the 2019 Taste of the West awards!Read More: Taste of the West 2019 – Gold award winners!
In this interview with originally published by Borough Market, Ellie Costigan asks Patrick Holden why our food system needs to change if irreversible climate change, a biodiversity catastrophe and the breakdown of civil society are to be avoided. Read the full interview here.Read More: Patrick Holden: Why our food system needs to change