The event, which is being held on Wednesday between 10am and 3pm, is organised by NFU Scotland together with SRUC
and other partners.
To guarantee the success of the new module, which is being offered to students at SRUC
's campuses in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Ayr, Agriculture lecturer Craig Davidson is seeking the help of farmers across Scotland.
research has shown pigs can signal intentions to other pigs using expressions.
Find out more at www.sruc.ac.uk/gardendesign DIGGING IT Mari and Johnny have loved being on the SRUC
's garden design HNC course
On average, at least a million of the leatherjackets, or larvae, of daddy long legs are living in each hectare of land surveyed by SRUC
. That equates to 250 on an area the size of an average family dining table with space for four.
Approximately 500 cattle will be tested at SRUC
in total, before the recording is rolled out to two or three specially equipped commercial farms.
staff will have a stand at this week's North Sheep event in Cumbria where they will be keen to hear the experiences of sheep farmers across the North of England.
"Within the lifetime of today's students, world food production must almost double to feed the growing population," explains SRUC
's head of communications Jane Smernicki.
you are not only able to study undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses but also a full range of programmes at all levels from access courses and vocational studies through to PhDs.
Input and advice will be provided by the following who have been invited to join the Beef 2020 industry group: Rob Livesey (NFU Scotland); Scott Henderson (Scottish Beef Association); Ian Anderson (Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers); Alan Kennedy (Scottish Federation of Meat Traders Associations); James Graham (Scottish Agricultural Organisation Society); Gavin Hill (SRUC
); John Gregor (Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers Scotland); Louise Welsh (retail sector); James Withers (Scotland Food & Drink) and Frank Strang/Martin Morgan (Scottish Government) and Uel Morton/Stuart Ashworth (QMS).
Scotland's Rural College (SRUC
) is hoping to make more than PS1.25 million from the sale of its Ayrshire campus.
We needed to invest in our own staff's development and demonstrate engineering as a successful career path - the partnership with SRUC
's Barony campus allowed us to do just that.