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New case of Avian Influenza identified in Scotland

New case of Avian Influenza identified in Scotland

New case of Avian Influenza identified in Scotland

A flock of free-range hens from a commercial premises near Gretna, Dumfriesshire, Dumfries and Galloway, has tested positive for H5N1.


Smallburn Farms success at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic

Smallburn Farms success at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic

Smallburn Farms success at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic

Leading the way in both the show and sale rings was a Limousin cross heifer from Andrew Anderson, Smallburn Farms, Plewlands, Duffus, Elgin.


New housing measures introduced to protect poultry and captive birds against avian flu

New housing measures introduced to protect poultry and captive birds against avian flu

New housing measures introduced to protect poultry and captive birds against avian flu

Bird keepers should review biosecurity and house birds as changes come into effect on Monday.


Invite to Apple Day at Transition Town Forres

Invite to Apple Day at Transition Town Forres

Invite to Apple Day at Transition Town Forres

The community is invited to 'Apple Day' at Transition Town Forres (TTF) from 10am-4pm.


"Special honour" for Moray's Jim Royan

"Special honour" for Moray's Jim Royan

"Special honour" for Moray's Jim Royan

FARMING industry honour for Jim Royan.


New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

Ian Bentley, Peter Brown, Adrian Ivory, Scott Jarron and Niall Jeffrey will take up new roles.


Pilgrim’s UK in crisis talks over future of Scotland’s only major pork processing facility

Pilgrim’s UK in crisis talks over future of Scotland’s only major pork processing facility

Pilgrim’s UK in crisis talks over future of Scotland’s only major pork processing facility

The company has confirmed that it is no longer commercially viable to maintain current arrangements after the loss of exports to China.


Giving customers a real taste of Moray

Giving customers a real taste of Moray

Giving customers a real taste of Moray

The Station Hotel’s newly appointed head chef from Forres invites everyone to enjoy his Moray menu.


Walkers warned of livestock dangers during summer

Walkers warned of livestock dangers during summer

Walkers warned of livestock dangers during summer

AN agricultural expert is warning Scottish walkers and farmers to stay vigilant in the vicinity of livestock and their young this summer.


Scottish farm awards up and running again for beef and sheep producers

Scottish farm awards up and running again for beef and sheep producers

Scottish farm awards up and running again for beef and sheep producers

Scotland’s beef and sheep industry are urged to submit nominations for the 2021 AgriScot Scotch Beef and Scottish Sheep Farm of the Year awards.


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