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North East Organic Discussion Group podcast: Mains of Thornton

In this podcast, the first of four from our North East Organic Discussion Group, Malcolm MacDonald chats to Murray Cooper who farms at Mains of Thornton, and SRUC Research Agronomist…

Bhidio: Falasgair air Fearann Ionaltraidh (Muirburn on Common Grazings)

Tha a’ bhidio seo a’ togail air prìomh phuingean do chomataidhean ionaltraidh.

Bhidio: A’ Cur Èòlas air a’ Chòd Falasgair (Getting to Know the Muirburn Code)

Tha a’ bhidio seo a’ togail air prìomh phuingean bhon Chòd Falasgair. Chaidh tionndadh ùr den Chòd Falasgair a thoirt gu buil do Riaghaltas na h-Alba le Fòram Monaidh na…

Farm Management Handbook 2019/20

The 40th edition of the Farm Management Handbook is an essential tool for any progressive farm business, providing a comprehensive and up-to-date source of information for farmers, rural professionals, students…

What can the Farm Advisory Service do for you?

Regardless of farm size or business stage, the Scottish Farm Advisory Service can help you to increase the profitability and sustainability of your farming business through Government funding for one-to-one…

Podcast: Making a mark at the markets

In this podcast, Ross Mackenzie talks to Ian Tolmie, Managing Director of Dingwall and Highland Marts who gives valuable advice for those new to livestock marts, and what they should…

Podcast: Muirburn on Common Grazings

4 April 2019


This podcast is an interview with Alastair Culbertson Chairman of the Sleat General Grazings. It explores how the group have proactively organised muirburn in their grazings. This is to reduce…

Podcast: Cattle handling systems on common grazings

In this podcast we hear from Dr Simon Turner of SRUC Dr Turner did a roadshow on cattle handling systems on Common Grazings in Lewis, Uist and Skye. Listen to Janette…

Introduction to crofting – Gaelic

Introduction to crofting – Gaelic

Introduction to crofting – English

Introduction to crofting – English version

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