TOWARDS MINIMAL USE OF ANTIBIOTICS AND IMPROVED MILK QUALITY

NATURAL LIVESTOCK FARMING
The Foundation for Natural Livestock Farming (NLF) aims to promote food security, food quality and sustainable agriculture by reducing the use of antibiotics and other chemicals in livestock farming.

Vision: To spearhead the One Health approach in livestock production: Healthy Cow-Healthy People-Healthy Environment

Mission: International collaboration to safeguard, expand and spread knowledge about natural ways of improving cattle health and wellbeing – leading to improved milk quality, animal wellbeing, farm income and environment.

The activities include fund raising for supporting and implementing natural livestock farming activities world wide

(ANBI registered for charity funding since 1 January 2018 – RSIN/Fiscal number: 858002528)

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INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
NLF is working towards her goals through international collaboration with partners from three continents:

Europe-Netherlands: NLF Netherlands (Platform Natuurlijke Veehouderij)

Asia-India: NLF India – in direct collaboration with GLOHMSIWA and Trans Disciplinary university

Africa-Ethiopia: Ethiopian Society of Animal Production (ESAP)

Africa-Uganda: Lake Mburo Farmers Cooperative Society

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NLF 5-LAYERED STRATEGY
Basis of the work of Natural Livestock Farming is the NLF 5-layered approach, including good animal management, strategic breeding, use of herbs, food quality control and better farm income

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INITIATIVES

PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR TODAY’S CHALLENGES IN LIVESTOCK FARMING
THROUGH STRATEGIC INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

NEWS

FILMS

MILK DILEMMA IN UGANDA

GREEN ANTIBIOTICS

ETHNOVETERINARY MEDICINE