Members in Scotland are represented by a number of sector specific Scottish committees. Representatives sit on a number of AIC committees and working groups which ensures that information and issues are transferred between both AIC and members in Scotland.
AIC Scotland’s Future Policy aims to provide both a vision for Post-Brexit Scottish Agriculture and sets out clear proposals and practical measures to enable Scottish Agriculture to succeed in the 21st century.
This week, Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have confirmed that they will become the sole competent authority on 1 April 2021. Feed businesses are reminded that FSS should be the first point of contact for all animal feed related matters ( [email protected] ) from this date.
Call for industry partners – Barley related projects | James Brosnan (CEO of the Scotch Whisky Research Institute) recently announced a BBSRC Collaborative Training Partnership initiative which will provide funding for PhD students working on International Barley Hub or other barley related projects.
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have published updated guidance aimed at livestock farmers entitled "On-farm Incidents - How to protect your livestock and Scotland's Food Chain". The leaflet is available to download here and includes information and guidance relating to lead poisoning, copper poisoning in sheep and correct use of veterinary medicines.