A simple blood test could be used to predict the future health and productivity of dairy cows, research shows.
Scotland’s Rural College has been recognised for the global impact of its dairy research by a leading scientific journal.
Crichton Royal Farm recently hosted a food and farming event on behalf of the Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) – and had a starring role on television as a result.
The contribution of three of SRUC’s animal scientists in producing an industry-leading research paper has been recognised with a top veterinary award.
Members of Green Watch from Dumfries Fire Station recently visited SRUC’s Crichton Royal Dairy Research Farm outside the town to increase their awareness of fire hazards on a modern dairy farm.
SRUC’s Crichton Royal Farm Tractor Driver Jim Gordon’s 30 years of service to agriculture was recognised recently when he received a certificate awarded by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society.