PFLA seeks new chairperson

PFLA seeks new chairperson

Monday, December 18, 2017

Pasture-Fed Livestock Association seeks new chairman

The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA), which champions livestock farmers who produce high quality beef, lamb and dairy without feeding any grains to their animals, is seeking a new chairman.

John Meadley, who has led the Community Interest Company since 2011, has now stepped down. The organisation is looking for a new chairman to build on the firm foundations he has developed. The biggest challenges are to ensure the association is financially self-sustaining into the future and to grow the market for Pasture for Life food.

The organisation is seeking someone with gravitas, experience and a strong and visible passion and commitment to the PFLA, its mission and its strategic objectives.

The person will head a committed and professional board of directors that is actively engaged in taking the PLFA forward, and a membership that is keen to learn, innovate and be involved. It is a voluntary role. 

More details about this position are posted on the Pasture for Life website 


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