AHDB is supporting a panel discussion from the British Grassland Society on the environmental and financial aspects… https://t.co/VrEP7myjPv
Having an efficient milking routine not only reduces time spent in the parlour and costs but also promotes good udd… https://t.co/lPKiZCfYnF
The James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen are involved in an EU project called PLAID (Peer-to-peer Learning: Accessing Innovation through Demonstration http://www.plaid-h2020.eu/) on demonstration farm activities.
They are looking to recruit two farmers in Scotland who are doing exciting and innovative things on their farm for “virtual demonstration” activities. They will train the farmers in making videos and help them produce videos to showcase the innovation on their farm. We’re currently advertising the opportunity online until 15th December: http://www.plaid-h2020.eu/virtual-farm. There’s a short form farmers to fill in to apply.