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QMS events will help profitability for farms

THE relationship between grass and low costs of production will be the main topic of discussion at the next round of free grazing group meetings organised by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) over the coming weeks.

The main objective of the QMS grazing groups is to improve livestock producers’ profitability by maximising the kilograms of meat they produce per hectare by using grass more efficiently.

At the north meeting, Borders grazing group host farmer Jim Logan and group member Alan Cowan, both low-cost cattle and sheep producers, will share their knowledge and experience with local farmers.

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