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The hosts of Shetland’s new monitor farm, Aimee and Kirsty Budge of Bigton Farm, are looking forward to welcoming farmers and crofters to their first meeting next month.

Beef and sheep farmer Chris Cameron of Strone Farm, near Fort William is busy preparing to open his gates to the local farming community as part of a new Scotland wide-programme.

Beef and sheep farmers Andrew and Aileen Marchant of Clonhie, Penpont, near Thornhill are looking forward to the launch of an exciting new chapter in their farming lives.

Mill of Inverarity Farm in Angus has been announced as the ninth and final new monitor farm being established in Scotland as part of a joint initiative by Quality Meat Scotland and AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds.

Iain Green with daughters Jemma and Laura

Corskie Farm, on the Morayshire coast, has been selected as the eighth of nine new monitor farms being established in Scotland as part of a joint initiative by Quality Meat Scotland and AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds

Bill Gray and Peter Eccles

Two neighbouring farms which were once part of the same large estate have been selected as the new Lothians Monitor Farm. Prestonhall Farms and Saughland Farm are the seventh of nine new monitor farms being established in Scotland as part of a joint initiative by Quality Meat Scotland and AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds.

Kirsty and Aimee Budge

A family farm run by two sisters has been announced today (20th December 2016) as the new Shetland monitor farm.

Stuart, Lesley and Robert Mitchell

A family-run Borders farm has been announced today (Friday 16 December) as the fifth of nine new monitor farms being established in Scotland in a joint initiative by Quality Meat Scotland and AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds.

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