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Starting in Jan/Feb - NCs in Rural Skills, Land-based Engineering, Countryside Management and Greenkeeping.
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Available for Download: The 2015 SRUC-HGCA Scottish recommended list for cereals with data from HGCA recommended list trials.

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SAC Consulting CAP Reform Roadshow - Thainstone, Inverurie

You are invited to attend a free evening meeting to provide the latest information on CAP Reform.

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Latest news

New External Quality Assessment Scheme for In-House Practice Analysers Launched by SAC Consulting

A new, independent quality assessment service for veterinary practices using in-house biochemistry and haematology analysers is being offered by SAC Consulting Veterinary Services, part of SRUC.

SRUC Expert Stresses Attention to Every Detail as Recommended Cereal List Introduced

Introducing SRUC’s latest list of recommended cereal varieties Dr Steve Hoad of SRUC’s Crop and Soil Systems group stressed the need for growers to make decisions based on good intelligence.

Cabinet Secretary Visits Dumfries Farm to Meet Young Dairy Skills Initiative Trainees

SRUC staff were among those welcoming todays visit by Roseanna Cunningham, Cabinet Secretary for Fair Work, Skills and Training, to a Dumfries farm where she learned about the Dairy Skills Initiative.

New Cumnock Event for Potential New Entrants to Farming - Learn from Experience of Others

Anyone interested in becoming a farmer can learn from industry specialists and the recent experience of Craig Malone, a Forestry Commission starter farmer, at New Cumnock on Tuesday 10 February.

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