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Barry Cassidy
Barry Cassidy

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Dr Fiona Burnett, head of Crop and Soil Systems at SRUC, has reminded farmers on the importance of undertaking regular crop walks in 2018 with a view to minimising fungicide applications.
By Barry Cassidy on 11 January 2018
The Crichton Foundation hosted the first of their 2018 Crichton Conversations as Dominic Mellor spoke at Easterbrooke Hall in Dumfries at an event sponsored by the SRUC.
By Barry Cassidy on 11 January 2018
The average number of sick days taken by staff in the Rural Inspection Payment Division Office remained low in 2017.
By Barry Cassidy on 11 January 2018
Chris Brodie, who’s actively farming family now spans four generations, speaks to Barry Cassidy about succession and generational renewal.
By Barry Cassidy on 11 January 2018
Starting a business from scratch is a challenge in any industry. Barry Cassidy spoke to new farming entrants, Craig Malone and Katreen Malone, to find out how cashflow has become their key.
By Barry Cassidy on 11 January 2018
Lambs have continued their upward trend of late with prices at £1.86/kg for medium-weight lambs in the prime ring.
By Barry Cassidy on 04 January 2018
As expected, last week’s kill was down across all classes of cattle as abattoirs and farmers celebrated the holiday season.
By Barry Cassidy on 04 January 2018
The SAC Consulting’s Veterinary Surveillance Network has detected Schmallenberg Virus (SBV) circulating in Dumfries and Galloway in autumn 2017.
By Barry Cassidy on 04 January 2018
For farmers, 2017 may be remembered as one of the poorer weather years in recent memory. Information obtained from the Met Office tells the story of a year of two halves.
By Barry Cassidy on 04 January 2018
The average number of sick days taken by staff in the Rural Inspection Payment Division Office remained low in 2017.
By Barry Cassidy on 04 January 2018
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