Leading the way in agri-rural education, research and consultancy
A food and drink development hub for the north east of Scotland has secured £10 million of capital funding from the UK and Scottish Governments.
Hospitality students at Scotland’s Rural College enjoyed an artisan chocolate workshop led by patisserie chef Shona Sutherland.
A dozen top apprentices and trainees from SRUC have been selected as finalists for this year’s Awards for Land-based and Aquaculture Skills (ALBAS).
An Edinburgh horticulture student will walk more than 150 miles along the Great Wall of China to raise money for struggling gardeners.
Researchers at Scotland’s Rural College are calling on pony owners to help them get to the root of laminitis – a painful condition which affects many ponies and horses.
Date: 20th January 2020
Efficient beef production requires cows to produce live calves.
Date: 21st January 2020
Tailored to address local issues related to the production of cereals and oilseeds the AHDB/SRUC/FAS Agronomy 2020 events focus on applied research and on-farm practice.