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New veterinary skills centre set for the north-east

New veterinary skills centre set for the north-east

New veterinary skills centre set for the north-east

Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has announced it is investing £850,000 to create a top-of-the-class veterinary clinical skills teaching centre.


Landward returns for a new series on BBC Scotland

Landward returns for a new series on BBC Scotland

Landward returns for a new series on BBC Scotland

The show which celebrates everything to do with the Scottish outdoors from farming to environmental stories returns to our screens.


Agricultural charity launches trainee trustee scheme

Agricultural charity launches trainee trustee scheme

Agricultural charity launches trainee trustee scheme

AN agricultural charity has launched a new programme to encourage young people to get involved with the organisation’s board.


Watch: Mental health film trailer launched for the farming community

Watch: Mental health film trailer launched for the farming community

Watch: Mental health film trailer launched for the farming community

The production is the brainchild of several organisations incluing NFU Scotland, Robert Gordon’s University, Samaritans and Aberdeenshire Council.


Agricultural charity launches Trainee Trustee programme

Agricultural charity launches Trainee Trustee programme

Agricultural charity launches Trainee Trustee programme

The RSABI has launched a new programme to encourage young people to get involved with the organisation’s board.


Limousin cross comes out top as champion for Garioch YFC member

Limousin cross comes out top as champion for Garioch YFC member

Limousin cross comes out top as champion for Garioch YFC member

Overall champion was a March, 2020-born Limousin cross heifer bred by Smallburn Farms reared by Finn Christie from Newton of Balquhain, Pitcaple.


Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

NEW legislation that will provide greater protection to farm animals at risk from attacks from dogs has been welcomed.


Society confirms that the 2021 Royal Highland Show will not go ahead

Society confirms that the 2021 Royal Highland Show will not go ahead

Society confirms that the 2021 Royal Highland Show will not go ahead

The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland has announced that the event will not go ahead following guidance from government officials.


Guide aims to limit damage to Cairngorms from all-terrain vehicles

Guide aims to limit damage to Cairngorms from all-terrain vehicles

Guide aims to limit damage to Cairngorms from all-terrain vehicles

GUIDE published to help preserve Cairngorms environment.


Farmers can be climate change champions, not victims

Farmers can be climate change champions, not victims

Farmers can be climate change champions, not victims

FARMING: Eddie Gillanders' column.


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