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““Crofting is a way of life. Once it goes, there is no going back.”
“Saturday morning, 7th March, and we looked out of the window, to see a row of tractors, lined up neatly just by the crossroads to the Bay of Hinderayre, Rendall Parish. “
“Naturally reared, climate friendly Scotch suckler bred beef needs to be differentiated from imports and dairy beef to give consumers a clear choice.” Jim Walker
raising awareness of the challenges for farming communities in cocoa growing countries
18 of Orkney’s cafes and bakeries are baking up a chocolate feast for your eyes and taste buds as part of Fairtrade Fortnight.
“These recommendations have the potential to create a more farmer-focused approach”
“I was impressed by the quality and standards of the beef industry in Scotland, and excited that we are the first restaurant in Canada to have Scotch Beef on the menu.”
Here William tells of how machinery has changed over the years then goes on to recall a variety of noteworthy events
“One of the biggest challenges we face across the industry is the war for talent.”Dr Mark Lyons