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Quality Meat Scotland’s future strategy to further support, develop, promote and protect the Scottish red meat industry has been highlighted to MSPs.

The final meeting of the Borders monitor farm will take place at the end of this month (29 January, 2020)

As we start a new decade, hindsight emphasises the challenges our industry will continue to face, according to the latest market commentary by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS). 

The next in the series of 'Meat the Market' workshops will be held at Scotbeef in Bridge of Allan at the start of next month.

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is this month putting Meat with Integrity back at the forefront of consumers’ minds as it relaunches its campaign to raise awareness of the quality and provenance of Scotch Beef PGI, Scotch Lamb PGI and Specially Selected Pork following its huge success in 2019.

Sheep and beef farmers based in the north of  Scotland are invited to attend two free meetings to help them boost their bottom line by improving their livestock selection and presentation for slaughter.

The benefits of red meat as part of a healthy balanced diet will be heard loud and clear next month, thanks to joint activity planned by levy bodies in England, Scotland and Wales.

Scottish prime lamb producers have seen strengthening farmgate prices since mid-October resulting in a producer price climb of 23% to around 194 p/kg liveweight, an increase of 7% on last year’s prices, according to the latest market analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).

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