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The 'Women in Agriculture, Morayshire: An Inspector Calling – Common pitfalls and how to avoid them' event is one of many events listed. View all events.
With inspection season upon us does the prospect of the department phoning to say they are coming out, fill you with dread and panic?
If so, this Zoom meeting on Tuesday 2nd November at 8pm is for you as Julie Sievewright, a SGRPID agricultural officer, will highlight the common pitfalls of livestock (and land) inspections and how to avoid them and any cross-compliance penalties. The main focus will be on cattle and sheep identification and record keeping, but land (including NVZs) inspections will be touched upon. Julie will also cover the current COVID protocols for inspections.
There will be plenty of time to ask questions to ensure you are confident you would pass an inspection and the process is stress free.
This will be the final Morayshire WiA meeting for 2021