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Trevor Cook in Orkney

Orkney farmers learnt how managing their grazing could help improve their bottom line at a free Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) event held in Kirkwall last week.

Peter Eccles & Bill Gray from Lothians Monitor Farm

Farmers attending the next Lothians Monitor Farm meeting, hosted by Bill Gray and Peter Eccles, on Wednesday 17 October will find out how the farms’ cereals and livestock have performed over the long, hot summer.

Livestock farmers in Scotland are invited to attend a series of free meetings being held over the winter months to help them boost their bottom line by improving their livestock selection and presentation for slaughter.

Six straw bale works of art, created by Scottish young farmers, have been deemed “outstanding in their field” as the finalists in an annual bale art competition.

Chris Cameron from Strone Farm

The effective control of liver fluke in sheep will be the focus of the next Lochaber Monitor Farm meeting on Thursday 1st November.

Scotch Beef PGI is set to be centre stage at the annual St Andrew’s Day Dinner, held at the five-star Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa on Thursday 29 November 2018.

Laura, Iain and Jemma Green

Cereals and silage will be key topics at the next Morayshire Monitor Farm meeting on Tuesday 16 October.

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has welcomed the announcement of three new board members by Fergus Ewing MSP, Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy.

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