Stockwood CBS director Simon Cutter appeared on Countryfile last Sunday, 24th August, speaking about Pasture-Fed approved meat. He spoke of the benefits of pasture farming, far beyond the very desirable advantage of superior tasting meat, and made clear the difference between pasture and grass-fed meat. You can view it on iPlayer until expiry here
In tandem, we are delighted to announce Rush Farm becoming Pasture-approved with the exact same body discussed on Countryfile. Yes, it was a total coincidence!
This means we now carry the PASTORAL logo on all of our meat. All too often, we find the descriptions used to promote food sales promise much, but in reality turn out to be little more than marketing ‘green wash’. Well, today we are delighted to announce we now. Animal welfare, environmental concern as well as great tasting meat are all priorities on our farm so this means a lot to us.
Meat carrying the PASTORAL logo is guaranteed to come from animals that have only ever eaten pasture and have been looked after extremely well.
- Is better for animals
- Is good for the environment
- Produces higher quality meat and dairy
- Uses local resources
The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association brings those together who:
- Have a deep interest in real food
- Care about the welfare of farm animals
- Are passionate about protecting the countryside for future generations to enjoy
Membership is in fact free, so no reason not to join up if you are interested!