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A new £1.6 million centre for animal disease surveillance and research means faster, more reliable and more efficient diagnoses of livestock animal diseases for the whole of Scotland.
The importance of Scotland’s Rural College to the current and future needs of the country’s economy has been highlighted at a parliamentary reception.
It’s the spectacular home to the family of King Robert the Bruce, but Broomhall House will soon welcome women farmers looking “tae think again” about how they run their business.
Researchers from Scotland’s Rural College have been awarded £260,000 for two follow-up projects investigating sustainable land use in Colombia.
State-of-the-art facial recognition technology is being used in an attempt to detect different emotional states in pigs.
Date: 9th April 2019
The event will look at the technology, research and innovation which is shaping animal science as it develops to meet the world’s challenges.
Date: 16th April 2019
This event will highlight the latest research carried out by SRUC and industry to improve the management and performance of transition cows over the calving period and in early lactation.