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The new 2014/15 Farm Management Handbook is now available!
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We have new courses starting in the new year 2015! Take a look at our NCs in Rural Skills, Land-based Engineering and Countryside Management.

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Resource Efficiency on Farms: Can we do Better? - Crichton Farm, Dumfries

This workshop is aimed at forward-thinking farmers, consultants, farm advisors and vets. Don’t miss this opportunity to pick the brains of leading researchers from Bangor University and SRUC.

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Euan Fraser the New Potato Specialist at SAC Consulting

Euan Fraser has been appointed SAC Consulting’s Senior Potato Consultant.

New Countryside Management Course at Aberdeen Emphasises SRUC’s Commitment to NE Land-based Sector

A new, practical, Countryside Management course, beginning in February and offered by the SRUC Aberdeen campus, emphasises SRUC’s commitment to the land-based sector in the north.

SRUC Oatridge Offers New Introductory Course in Land Based Engineering – Begins January

A new introductory course in Land Based Engineering, beginning in January 2015, is being offered for the first time at the Oatridge campus of Scotland’s Rural College.

Joined up Approach Needed to Maximise South Scotland’s Forestry Potential

Competing policy targets and vague timescales for their implementation may be hampering the exciting potential of forests and woodlands in the South of Scotland.

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