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An Ayrshire veterinary nursing student has extended her caring skills to people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Horse and pony owners in the north east of Scotland could help provide answers to the causes of the painful condition, pasture-associated laminitis (PAL).
The 2020 edition of Arable Scotland – Scotland’s newest field event focussing on arable crops – took place online on 2 July with huge success.
Members of the dairy industry are being invited to find out how improved protein nutrition can improve production, lower feed costs and reduce environmental impact.
Students at SRUC will take part in an online celebration today after their graduation ceremony was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Date: 18th July 2020
An opportunity for prospective students to visit the Glasgow Botanics Gardens. Speak to staff and lecturers, take a look around facilities, and learn more about our courses.
Date: 28th July 2020
More milk protein, lower feed costs, less environmental impact – all can result from improved protein nutrition. Together, let’s learn how!