A communication gulf between Scottish livestock auctioneers and Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) was exposed yesterday when a leading auctioneer said his sector and many beef and sheep farmers feel detached from the promotional body’s efforts.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has set aside £150,000 for contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit.
More than half of Scots are concerned about the impact of veganism on Scotland’s farming industry, claims a new survey.
When it comes to choosing quality meat, nothing gives Aberdeenshire farmer David Barron more satisfaction than buying his own beef at the local butcher.
Scotland’s pig industry has embarked on a united programme to eradicate an endemic disease which is currently costing the industry £3 million a year at a UK level.
Scotch Beef and Scotch Lamb is being showcased at a global hospitality and food service event.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has created a department to counter negative messages about the red-meat industry.
British lamb could soon be served in restaurants in India.
Red meat levy body Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has announced a number of new appointments to its team.
The new chairman of Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is embarking on a fact-finding mission to gather views on industry challenges and opportunities.
Three new board members have been appointed to Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
The Scottish red meat sector is weathering the storm of Brexit uncertainty and investing for the future.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is running a series of meetings to help farmers improve their grazing management.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is on the hunt for a new chairman and up to four board members.
An award-winning north-east beef farming enterprise is hosting a charity fundraising open day next month.
Recruitment will soon begin to find nine new monitor farms across Scotland.
Scottish red meat promotion body Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) delivered positive news to industry when it confirmed retail sales of Scotch Lamb were on the rise.
The prime beef market is likely to remain challenging well into 2016, claims a leading industry economist.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is urging the few remaining non-assured beef and sheep producers to sign up to its farm assurance schemes.
The cattle trade has steadied over the past two weeks as cattle availability begins to tighten, according to analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
Top Nordic chefs and retailers have a growing appetite for Scottish produce, according to Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).