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The newly appointed Lead Potato Researcher and Consultant for Scotland will use his first public appearance in the role to highlight the importance of collaboration within the industry.
The importance of ensuring a future for ‘high nature value’ farmlands across the globe has been highlighted in a new paper published by a consortium of European scientists.
Ongoing surveillance of animals in Scotland is providing useful insights into antimicrobial resistance.
Dairy farmers are being encouraged to practice selective dry cow therapy in a bid to minimise the use of antibiotics at drying off.
A joint conference between SRUC and Teagasc is taking place in Dublin today (Friday 6 December).
Date: 16th January 2020
The event will showcase new developments in vaccine development, animal welfare and nutrition which underpin sustainable production in the pig and poultry sectors.
Date: 29th January 2020
An excellent line-up of speakers, including consultants and agronomists, will show how the future of Scotland’s potato industry is in its own hands.