Quality Meat Scotland Chairman Jim McLaren has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List announced today (Saturday June 17th 2017).
Mr McLaren (49), who farms in Perthshire, has been chairman of QMS since 2011, after serving as President of NFU Scotland from 2007 to 2011.
Over 30 Nuffield scholars from around the globe had a taste of “Scotch” they won’t forget this week during a visit to Perthshire.
The opportunity to improve suckler herd margins on the west coast of Scotland will be the focus of the next meeting of the Lochaber Monitor Farm on June 29th.
The temperature is set to be sizzlingly hot in Quality Meat Scotland’s Scotch Kitchen Cookery Theatre at the Royal Highland Show when two of the country’s top weather forecasters go head-to-head in a charity cook-off.
Two of the stars of the hit BBC series “The Mart” will be bidding for success in the kitchen instead of the auction ring, at this year’s Royal Highland Show.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is set to unveil a bright, interactive new-look stand at this year’s Royal Highland Show (June 22 – 25).
The potential to improve grass management and optimise lamb growth rates will be the main points of discussion at the next Shetland Monitor Farm meeting on Saturday 17 June.
Three talented young chefs have been announced as the finalists in a prestigious cooking competition run by the Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society and Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).