The three finalists of the AgriScot Scottish Arable Farm of the Year were revealed today by award sponsors, SoilEssentials and organisers, AHDB. Johnnie Balfour, Managing Partner (left) with David Aglen, Farm Manager of Balbirnie Home Farms Craig Peddie, Cornceres, Anstruther John Weir, Lacesston, Gateside Farming different types of soil on very different scales, all three
For the third year running, the Scottish Dairy Hub and Kite Consultancy are running their seminar and popular question and answer events together at this year’s Agriscot at Ingliston, Edinburgh on November the 20th. Both organisations have joined forces to put on a single event which will ensure key speakers in the sector will give
Three “fantastic” dairy operations have been visited by the independent assessors appointed by AgriScot to find Scotland’s dairy farm of the year 2019. This year, all 3 farms – now finalists in the running for the award – are located in the same part of the country, the renowned dairying heartland of Dumfries & Galloway.
AgriScot 2019 will take place at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh on 20th November, but visitors are encouraged to register their attendance much earlier than that, in order to beat the potential entry queues on the day. Fastrac online registration, sponsored by Scot JCB, is open now AgriScot Chairman, Robert Neill, who is pictured (centre)