Events

If you have any events that you would like featured in our calendar just get in touch with Anna at info@scottishdairyhub.org.uk.

  1. EuroDairy Webinar: Nutritional Strategies Towards an Economic and Environmentally Sustainable Dairy Farm

    Online Event Only

    Join Dorien Van Wesemael for this webinar discussing the results from the SMART Melken project. The project focused on methane mitigation and the carbon footprint of the feed strategies.

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  2. Dairy Leader Development Programme - Strategic Business Management

    Hetland Hall Hotel, Carrutherstown, Dumfries, DG1 4JX

    The aim of this development programme is to provide the owners or managers of progressive dairy farm businesses a platform to develop their skills as a leader and enhance their ability to develop a stronger team within their business. This session will focus on Strategic Business Management and be led by Nollaig Heffernan.

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  3. Semex International Dairy Conference

    Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow Multiple day event: 13 – 15 Jan

    Renowned for bringing together political, economic, veterinary, husbandry and technical expertise with a global perspective, this must-see industry event is bursting with practical and progressive dairy solutions

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  4. DIY AI Course

    South West Scotland Multiple day event: 14 – 16 Jan

    DIY AI can save you time and money by getting your cow inseminated at the right time without the cost or stress of waiting for the technician

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  5. British Cattle Breeders Club Conference

    Telford Hotel and Golf resort, Telford, Shropshire, TF7 4DT Multiple day event: 21 – 23 Jan

    'Building the Brand to Promote Our Uniqueness’ is the theme for the next British Cattle Breeders Club conference. The conference will focus on ensuring the resilience of the British beef and dairy industries in a changing market environment through effective branding and promotion of its products as unique and valuable.

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  6. Dairy Tech

    Stoneleigh Park, Coventry, West Midlands

    Dairy-Tech is a dairy event tailored for the new generation of dairy farmer, manager and technician. Its first-ever event in February showcased ground-breaking technology; inspired uptake of the latest science and field-based skills introduced a fresh range of innovative products and services and pioneered new global concepts in management efficiency.

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  7. NFU Scotland Conference, AGM and Annual Dinner

    Radison Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle St, Glasgow G2 8DL Multiple day event: 07 – 08 Feb

    One of the key events on Scotland’s agricultural calendar, it provides a fantastic opportunity to eat, meet and network with fellow members, stakeholders and sponsors while gaining up to date information about the industry.

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  8. Dairy Leader Development Programme - Change Management & Inspiring Business Growth

    Hetland Hall Hotel, Carrutherstown, Dumfries, DG1 4JX

    The aim of this development programme is to provide the owners or managers of progressive dairy farm businesses a platform to develop their skills as a leader and enhance their ability to develop a stronger team within their business. This session will focus on Change Management & Inspiring Business Growth and will be led by Paul Harris

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  9. Farming Scotland Conference

    Carnoustie Hotel, Links Parade, Carnoustie, Angus

    2019 will be the 16th annual conference. A conference that promotes discussion and debate on issues which affect the farming industry, here in Scotland and throughout the world.

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  10. DIY AI Course

    Aberdeenshire Multiple day event: 18 – 20 Feb

    DIY AI can save you time and money by getting your cow inseminated at the right time without the cost or stress of waiting for the technician

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  11. Herdsman Foot Trimming Course

    Aberdeen Multiple day event: 25 – 27 Feb

    This course is designed to equip you with the skills you need to reduce instances of lameness on your farm

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  12. Getting Greener Grass: How to make the most of the grazing season (Inverness) – A Soil Association Event

    Jurys Inn , Millburn Road Inverness IV2 3TR

    With the combination of snow and drought last year, it’s likely that by the end of February your feed stocks will be getting low. But how can you get your animals out early if your grass hasn’t grown enough?

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  13. Getting Greener Grass: How to make the most of the grazing season (Inverurie) – A Soil Association event

    Thainstone Centre, Inverurie AB51 5XZ

    With the combination of snow and drought last year, it’s likely that by the end of February your feed stocks will be getting low. But how can you get your animals out early if your grass hasn’t grown enough?

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  14. Getting Greener Grass: How to make the most of the grazing season (Perth) – A Soil Association event

    Gloagburn Farm Show, Tibbermore Perth PH1 1QL

    With the combination of snow and drought last year, it’s likely that by the end of February your feed stocks will be getting low. But how can you get your animals out early if your grass hasn’t grown enough?

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  15. Getting Greener Grass: How to make the most of the grazing season (Lockerbie) – A Soil Association event

    Dryfesdale Country House Hotel , Dryfebridge Lockerbie DG11 2SF

    With the combination of snow and drought last year, it’s likely that by the end of February your feed stocks will be getting low. But how can you get your animals out early if your grass hasn’t grown enough?

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  16. Getting Greener Grass: How to make the most of the grazing season (Melrose) – A Soil Association event

    The Townhouse Hotel, Market Square, Melrose TD6 9PQ

    With the combination of snow and drought last year, it’s likely that by the end of February your feed stocks will be getting low. But how can you get your animals out early if your grass hasn’t grown enough?

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  17. Dairy Leader Development Programme - Employment and Recruitment

    Hetland Hall Hotel, Carrutherstown, Dumfries, DG1 4JX

    The aim of this development programme is to provide the owners or managers of progressive dairy farm businesses a platform to develop their skills as a leader and enhance their ability to develop a stronger team within their business. This session will focus on Employment and Recruitment and will be led by Paul Harris

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  18. Fife Show

    Kinloss Estate, Cupar, Fife,KY15 4DR

    Since 1821, an annual Show has been held in Fife to encourage and showcase the breeding of livestock. Today, The Fife Show is held annually, on the third Saturday of May, just outside Cupar, and is one of the most popular one day agricultural shows in the country.

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  19. Drymen Show

    The Showfield, Drymen, Stirling, G63 0AA

    Drymen Show is a fun filled family day out on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

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  20. West Fife Show

    Central & West Fife Agricultural Society, Hilton of Beath Farm, Kelty, KY4 0HQ

    West Fife Agricultural Show is held on the first Saturday of June each year at Hilton Farm, Kelty. The show aims to provide a great day out for all the family as well as helping to educate everyone about agriculture and rural living.

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