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Crop Clinic News
20 August. As for last year, this seasons harvest is a stop start affair in many areas, with the rain last Friday bringing many field operations to a shuddering stop for a few days.
Ailsa Thomson, a 3rd year Agriculture student at SRUC’s Aberdeen Campus, has gained invaluable knowledge about farming after a summer working at SRUC’s Hill & Mountain Research Centre in Stirlingshire
Managing Dairy Cow Fertility – Ayrshire Farm Invites Farmers to Join Discussions and Hear Expert Advice
Several expert speakers including SRUC’s Senior Dairy Consultant, David Keiley and Harbro’s Ruminant Nutritionist, Matt Palmer will advise on how to maximise dairy cow fertility while managing costs,
SRUC experts are advising farmers to make better use of their slurry and manure to increase profitability and reduce their environmental impact.
Cutting edge farming technology and research will be showcased in Edinburgh at the 11th European Conference on Precision Agriculture in July 2017.