FAS Sounds is the home for all our podcasts and audio resources.
The first FAS Pocasts was first broadcast in 2018 and over the following years we have produced hundreds of episodes on a range of topics relevant to farmers and crofters.
With the launch of FAS Sounds, we've brought all our podcasts under one roof to give you easy access to all the various topics we have podcasts on.
We publish new episodes on a regular basis and below you can see all the topics and aspects of Scottish agriculture we cover. So subscribe to the channels and get listening!
The Rural Roundup is Scotland’s Farm Advisory Service’s regular Podcast, hosted by Kerry Hammond, featuring a roundup of the latest news, information and opinions from some of our other Podcast show hosts. Listen to find out what new information, events and resources are available through the FAS website, and get to know someone working in Industry with our short segment “What’s on your desk?”
Welcome to Stock Talk, bringing you all the latest news and advice for livestock producers. Each month, livestock specialists will discuss current issues, opportunities and options for producers.
In this podcast series, Thrill of the Hill, the Farm Advisory Service (FAS) explores the multitude of issues facing the farmed upland environment and how we can reconcile priorities in conflict, showcase good practice, new developments, technologies and build resilient, sustainable businesses.
Crofting Matters is our dedicated crofting podcasts. Covering a range of topics and offering bespoke advice for crofters, this podcast will have new episodes monthly.
Farming is a way of life, and is as much about the people as it is the land, crops and livestock. In this Agri Culture podcast series Mary-Jane Lawrie will speak to a range of inspirational people from the farming community, with a whole host of interesting tales to tell. Join us in conversation to find out what drives them and their businesses, where they get their inspiration from, and what they love about agriculture
The Earth's soils, rocks, air, water, plants and animals are all valuable resources that provide a wide range of services and benefits. These resources need to be carefully managed and maintained to support a healthy functioning environment. In this Natural Capital podcast series, hosted by Rachel Smillie we will explore different natural capital assets and their value to Scottish agriculture and the rural economy, including the opportunities and risks for the future.
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