The National Trust is offering tenants free membership to the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association.

For the next 10 agricultural tenants who join, membership to the PFLA will be free. The National Trust is supporting the PFLA as it aligns well with its brand, says the National Trust’s head of food and farming Rob Macklin.

“The Pastoral brand could provide a new marketing opportunity for some of our tenants, helping them promote their farming businesses and the land they manage.”

To take up the offer, National Trust tenants need to become full members of the PFLA by paying the £50 subscription fee. They can then contact membership@pfla.or.uk to claim back the cost.

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