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Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) was at Lidl’s Cowdenbeath store recently to mark its opening day by handing out samples of their Burns’ Night Scotch Beef PGI and Haggis Burgers.

The search has begun for the best product made using Scotch Beef PGI, Scotch Lamb PGI or Specially Selected Pork at the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2020.

 

Producer prices for prime cattle have started 2020 lacking direction as they did in early 2019, according to the latest market commentary from Quality Meat Scotland (QMS). 

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has revamped its cattle & sheep assurance standards, making them more user friendly, with simple easy to read content that clearly explains each standard and its importance.

Paul Wedgwood, Edinburgh Chef of the Year and Head Chef at Wedgwood the Restaurant, Edinburgh, has teamed up with Scotch Beef PGI and Innis & Gunn to put a boozy spin on the classic Burns Night supper.

Members of the Scottish red meat supply chain are being encouraged to register via www.qmscotland.co.uk for Quality Meat Scotland’s free “Meat the Future” conference on 25 February at Radisson Blue Hotel, in Glasgow. 

 

Farmers and crofters in Shetland are being invited to attend the final monitor farm meeting at Bigton Hall on Saturday 8th February. They will learn first-hand how the 305 ha (750 acres) livestock enterprise has benefited from its involvement in the three-year Monitor Farm project.

 

As the three year Monitor Farm programme at Clynelish Farm near Brora in Sutherland comes to an end, it is time for farmers Jason and Victoria Ballantyne to look back at what they have learned and also to look forward to where they want to take their business in the future.

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