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The Cloud (podcast)

21 February 2020


Ask any farmer about ‘the cloud’ and very often the response is that they don’t really understand it, nor do they use it.  However the reality is very different –…

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…

Greening Key Dates

6 February 2020


A guide to Greening Key dates

Cross Compliance Key Dates

A useful guide to Cross Compliance Key dates

Lifestyle Balance (podcast)

5 February 2020


Maintaining a balanced life is becoming increasingly more important for your personal health and well-being in a fast-paced, modern world. Ross Mackenzie of SAC consulting speaks to partners Ian MacLean and Robbie…

AgriBusiness News February 2020

This edition has articles on policy, cereals, beef, potatoes, sheep and milk,  and this month there are articles on Forestry, Sustainable Soya and EU Exit – What Next? Download the…

Brexit: What now? (webinar)

28 January 2020


This webinar was broadcast on Monday 27th January 2020. The UK leaves the European Union at 11 pm on 31st January, some 1,317 days after the referendum but there’s still…

Women in Agriculture: Case Study – Kirsteen MacKinnon

Find out about the livestock and haulage enterprises Kirsteen MacKinnon is a partner of on the Isle of Tiree; how she has got to where she is now, and what…

New Entrant Case Study: Stephen Withers and Neil Sandilands (video)

21 January 2020


A change in personal circumstances left Stephen Withers with the choice of selling the sheep part of his business or finding a new partner to take that part the business…

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

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

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