Video Library

Quality Meat Scotland produces regular videos for use on social media to help communicate key messages about the red meat industry to a range of audiences. Here is a selection of the latest videos that have been produced. Click on the video image to play it. Clicking on the bottom right icon within the video frame will display the video full screen

NSA Scot Sheep 2016 Preview

NSA Scotsheep 2016 Preview

QMS produced this short invitation video from NSA Scotland and host farmers, the Campbell family of Glenrath Farms in Peebleshire, to Scotsheep on 1 June 2016.

Video launched 20 May 2016

Open Farm Sunday

Getting Ready for Open Farm Sunday 2016

A short video showing the Millar family, who farm at North Ballunderon near Dundee, preparing to open their farm gates for Open farm Sunday for the first time. More and more Scottish farmers are getting involved with Open Farm Sunday which is on June 5th 2016

Video launched 25 May 2016

Consumer Trends - Vicky Santini

Consumer Trends - Vicky Santini

In this latest Consumer Trends video, Vicky Santini from IGD highlights how trust and transparency is an increasing important area for consumers of red meat. This is a huge opportunity for the Scotch PGI and Specially Selected Pork brands, which have whole of life assurance.

Video launched 21 April 2016

QMS Beef Market Update April 2016

QMS Beef Market Update April 2016

In this short video Stuart Ashworth, QMS Head of Economics Services, gives an update on prime cattle prices, including the factors behind the seasonal variation in the beef premium in Scotland.

Video launched 14 April 2016 


Consumer Trends, Katie Shade

Consumer Trends - Katie Shade

Here, in the latest video in a series on consumer trends, Katie Shade from Kantar talks about how red meat features heavily in the top ten favourite meals of the British public and the current consumer trend towards speedy convenient and ‘solution led’ meal options.

VIdeo launched 13 April 2016

The Benefits of EID Recording in Sheep

The Benefits of EID Recording in Sheep

In this short video Euan Ferguson, farm manager at South Clunes Farm near Inverness talks about the benefits he has seen since he began using EID to record his 1250 breeding ewes. 

Video launched 7 April 2016