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Scotch Lamb PGI will be in the spotlight at the sell-out Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery at St Catherine’s College, Oxford this week (7-9 July).

The malting potential of new barley varieties will be a key theme for the coming Morayshire Monitor Farm meeting on Tuesday 11 July at Corskie Farm. There will also be discussions on cattle creep feeding and weaning, biostimulants and grain markets. 

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has launched a campaign to encourage shoppers to “Do More with Pork”.

Slaughter prices for both prime and cull cattle are seeing year-on-year increases, with the 15% increase for cull stock, outstripping a 12% increase for prime stock, according to the latest analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).

A host of top food writers from across the UK enjoyed top quality Scotch Beef PGI canapés at a prestigious London awards ceremony last week. 

A nineteen-year-old Highlands-based chef has been selected as the overall winner of the Aberdeen-Angus Scotch Beef Award.

 

Making the most from grass will be the main topic for discussion at the next meeting of the North Ayrshire Monitor farm on Thursday 6 July.  

A very special farming couple attracted a large crowd to the sheep rings at the Royal Highland Show today (Sunday 25th June) for a charity endeavour which moved everyone who watched it.

Argyllshire hill farmer, George MacPherson, very carefully took the clippers to his wife Sybil’s locks, a year to the day after she clipped his impressive beard for charity.

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