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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).

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has developed a new resource for cattle farmers to help ensure the nutritional requirements of suckler herds are met throughout the year.

A new guide produced by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) highlights key steps Scottish farmers can take to improve the fertility of their herds, and the profitability of their businesses.

Top TV weather presenter Judith Ralston joined sun seekers in Glasgow recently to kick start a summer of barbecuing in support of Scotland’s Hospices Together.

The firmness of the beef market over the past two months is continuing, with farmgate prices in Scotland around 13% higher (and 16p/kg dwt higher) than this time last year, according to the latest analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).

Farmers and crofters are invited to the free meeting of the Sutherland Monitor Farm on Thursday 8 June, where the focus will be on herd fertility.  

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