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A new Quality Meat Scotland poster campaign is set to be rolled out to hundreds of schools across Scotland and will feature one of Scotland’s most inspirational sportsmen, rugby ace Chris Paterson.

Scotch Beef is a world-leading brand and the industry invests considerable time and money ensuring the end product is of the highest quality. Unfortunately, this also makes it an attractive target for unscrupulous traders looking to pass off sub-standard imports as the genuine article. In a bid to combat ‘food fraud’, the commercial use of new forensic technology is being rolled out in Scotland where beef samples can now be tested to authenticate the country of origin.

The Winter Beef Management Event for 2011 will take place on Thursday 6 October 2011 at Balbuthie Farm, Kilconquhar, near Leven in Fife. 

The theme for the Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) activity is the links between genetics, management at finishing time and end product quality. A recent report revealed that too many beef producers are missing the optimal time to sell their cattle to Scottish abattoirs and, as a result, affecting quality and meat chain margins and efficiency. In many cases, producers are chasing weight but creating fat instead. 

A local team of farmers has helped Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) appoint a father and son enterprise as the first Donside farm to be involved in Scotland’s Monitor Farm Programme.

Monitor Farms are a platform for one farm in an area, supported by a community group, to look at the productivity and profitability of the whole farm business over a three year period. The Monitor Farmer seeks to improve farm profitability through a process of peer review and advice, specialist input and support from the Monitor Farm Facilitator.

A local team of farmers has helped Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) appoint a father and son enterprise as the first Donside farm to be involved in Scotland’s Monitor Farm Programme.

Monitor Farms are a platform for one farm in an area, supported by a community group, to look at the productivity and profitability of the whole farm business over a three year period. The Monitor Farmer seeks to improve farm profitability through a process of peer review and advice, specialist input and support from the Monitor Farm Facilitator.

A local team of farmers has helped Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) appoint a father and son enterprise as the first Donside farm to be involved in Scotland’s Monitor Farm Programme.

Monitor Farms are a platform for one farm in an area, supported by a community group, to look at the productivity and profitability of the whole farm business over a three year period. The Monitor Farmer seeks to improve farm profitability through a process of peer review and advice, specialist input and support from the Monitor Farm Facilitator.

A local team of farmers has helped Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) appoint a father and son enterprise as the first Donside farm to be involved in Scotland’s Monitor Farm Programme.

Monitor Farms are a platform for one farm in an area, supported by a community group, to look at the productivity and profitability of the whole farm business over a three year period. The Monitor Farmer seeks to improve farm profitability through a process of peer review and advice, specialist input and support from the Monitor Farm Facilitator.

A local team of farmers has helped Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) appoint a father and son enterprise as the first Donside farm to be involved in Scotland’s Monitor Farm Programme.

Monitor Farms are a platform for one farm in an area, supported by a community group, to look at the productivity and profitability of the whole farm business over a three year period. The Monitor Farmer seeks to improve farm profitability through a process of peer review and advice, specialist input and support from the Monitor Farm Facilitator.

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