Parentage, Parasites & Performance Event

30 October 2012 09:30 - 30 October 2012 16:30

Perth

A practical day looking  at one farmer’s choice of stock for efficiency and productivity, an expert’s view on how parasites affect performance - with a focus on fluke, and an overview of the Scottish Sheep Strategy.

Speakers are Hugh Grierson, Newmiln Farm, Perth;  Dr Philip Skuce, Moredun Research Institute;  Kathy Peebles, QMS. The day will also include a visit to Newmiln Farm.

The event is free of charge to primary producers & £60.00 plus VAT to others. Places are limited and booking is essential so lunch and resource packs can be provided.

Click here for a booking form.

For further information please call Lyn Matheson on 0131 666 0847 or email lmatheson@soilassociation.org

With support from SRDP’s Skills Development Scheme & QMS



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