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Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is calling for nominations for two prestigious Scottish livestock farming awards – AgriScot Scotch Beef Farmer of the Year and AgriScot Scottish Sheep Farm of the Year.

Scotland’s leading public relations awards shortlist has been announced, with Quality Meat Scotland’s latest Scotch Lamb PGI campaign recognised in two categories.

Preparing and managing change in the lead up to organic conversion at Whitriggs in 2020 will be the focus of the next Borders Monitor Farm meeting on Wednesday 31 July.

Deliveries of new season lambs to the UK and EU market are increasing with prices sliding across Europe in line with seasonal trends, according to the latest analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).

The creatives which will be used in a new campaign to raise the profile of the Scottish red meat industry’s positive sustainability and animal welfare credentials, were unveiled at a media launch in Perthshire today (July 24th 2019).

Celebrity chefs Phil Vickery and Gary Maclean are set to showcase Perthshire’s finest produce at this year’s Perthshire on a Plate festival (2-3 August).

The Scotland rugby team enjoyed tucking into some delicious Scotch Beef PGI, Scotch Lamb PGI and Specially Selected Pork in Inverness recently after working up an appetite following a national team building event.

Robert Fleming

Orkney Managed Grazing Group, a new initiative from Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), is hosting their first open meeting on Tuesday 30 July and invite livestock farmers interested in learning how to use grass in a more financially positive way to attend.