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The recent publication of UK trade data for January confirms the predicted challenges the red meat sector would face as it transitioned to the terms and conditions of trade post Brexit resulting in a slowdown in trade as all parts of the supply change adjusted to the new requirements.The recent publication of UK trade data for January confirms the predicted challenges the red meat sector would face as it transitioned to the terms and conditions of trade post Brexit resulting in a slowdown in trade as all parts of the supply change adjusted to the new requirements.

The recent publication of UK trade data for January confirms the predicted challenges the red meat sector would face as it transitioned to the terms and conditions of trade post Brexit resulting in a slowdown in trade as all parts of the supply change adjusted to the new requirements.

Improving efficiency and reducing costs are both key drivers for any business. But for sheep breeders involved with the RamCompare project, investing in a ram with the right genetic merit for their system has proved to tick both boxes. After the initial five years of research, funding has now been confirmed to allow the third phase of the project to get underway later this yea

 

After the highly successful first season, which garnered over 120 thousand views, Quality Meat Scotland’s (QMS) ‘Farm Kid Diaries’ is back for its second season with country kids, and their city counterparts, encouraged to get involved.After the highly successful first season, which garnered over 120 thousand views, Quality Meat Scotland’s (QMS) ‘Farm Kid Diaries’ is back for its second season with country kids, and their city counterparts, encouraged to get involved.

After the highly successful first season, which garnered over 120 thousand views, Quality Meat Scotland’s (QMS) ‘Farm Kid Diaries’ is back for its second season with country kids, and their city counterparts, encouraged to get involved.

The redistribution of red meat levies to take account of cross-border livestock movements between England, Wales and Scotland has been agreed by all three nations, and will be implemented on 1st April 2021.

With debate ranging from reduced wintering costs to land fertility, 75 farmers from across Scotland tuned in to the recent Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) webinar ‘Getting to the Root of Outwintering Youngstock’ to hear the experiences of two farmers’ winter management systems.

One of Scotland’s finest ingredients is forming part of a luxury home dining delivery service to help bring restaurant quality cooking to homes for Easter.

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has revised its Auction Market and Collection Centre Assurance Scheme Standards with changes, including new requirements on feed and  water provision, coming into effect from 1 April 2021.

 

Enjoying health and wellbeing continues to be core to the next advertising campaign from the red meat levy board, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), as it collaborates with outdoorsy influencers and celebrates easy, nutritious cooking at home.

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