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Stock Talk – Beef – Spring Update

29 April 2022


In this podcast we hear from SAC Beef Specialist Lesley Wylie and SRUC Veterinary Investigation Officer Timothy Geraghty who discuss current issues, opportunities and options for beef producers.

CropCast Episode 1 – Winter Crop Disease Management for 2022

28 April 2022


Welcome to Cropcast, bringing you all the on crops and soils.  Each month, SAC Consulting advisor, Tiffany Mactaggart will be joined by a range of industry experts, bringing you timely…

Crop Health Updates – April 2022

20 April 2022

A spell of dry weather and some chilly winds have left a few crops tipped, but in the main both winter and the emerging spring crops all look well. The…

New Entrants Newsletter: Spring 2022

7 April 2022

Welcome to the Spring edition of New Entrants News. By the time you read this we will have marked the 2nd anniversary of the first Covid-19 lockdown, with the last…

Livestock Monthly: Sheep (Recorded March 2022)

1 April 2022


Inflation in costs is a major challenge for sheep producers across the country.  Optimising livestock performance will never have been more important than it is this year.  In this podcast,…

Agribusiness News April 2022

31 March 2022

The April 2022 edition of Agribusiness News is now available.  Along with the regular monthly articles on policy, cereals, beef, sheep and milk, this month we also have feature articles…

A herd of beef cattle in an open sided shed, standing with their heads through the feed rail at a diet of silage. The cattle are all looking towards the camera.

Planning for high fertiliser prices in a beef system

30 March 2022

The fertiliser price over the last six months has been on an upward trajectory and as we enter the main growing season hope of prices falling fade. Gas is an…

Thrill of the Hill – Great Yellow Bumblebee

2017 saw the start of Scotland’s Pollinator Strategy, now in 2022 and half way through a ten-year plan, the role and importance of pollinators has only become more significant. Pollinators…

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