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Two students are heading more than 3,000 miles to work on an exclusive Canadian island after completing courses at Scotland’s Rural College.
Food security students travelled to Kenya to learn about food production and distribution, as well as retailing, poverty and malnutrition, in developing countries.
Air travel is a ‘lifeline not a luxury’ for people living and working in the Highlands and Islands, according to a new report.
Cattle breeding needs to adapt to changing market demands, a senior beef consultant will tell farmers ahead of this year’s national Beef Expo event.
Equine Studies students got a chance to learn straight from the horse’s mouth on a study tour of the Scottish Borders.
Date: 26th May 2019
Family Fun Open Day, tractor and trailer rides, dog agility displays, sled dogs, machinery displays, small animals, farm animals, pony rides, bird ringing, afternoon teas, course information.
Date: 29th May 2019
Course information Open Day for prospective students.