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Q&A chance for livestock farmers over QMS quality assurance scheme


By John Davidson

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The meeting takes place at Dingwall Mart.
The meeting takes place at Dingwall Mart.

Livestock farmers across the north are being offered the chance to put their questions directly to Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) chairwoman Kate Rowell and chief executive Sarah Millar.

QMS will be joined by its new Quality Assurance certification provider, Food Integrity Assurance, a subsidiary of SAOS (Scottish Agricultural Organisation Society) who will be there to explain how they plan to deliver quality assurance services in the future and take questions from farmers.

Ms Rowell said: "The roadshows are a great opportunity for QMS to get back out on the road after two years of Covid disruptions. As a farmer myself, I want to hear first-hand the challenges our quality assurance members and levy payers face and how QMS best support our industry going forward."

The next meeting in a series taking place across Scotland is at Dingwall Mart on Monday, July 4, from 7pm to 9pm.

Places can be booked via www.qmscotland.co.uk or email info@qmscotland.co.uk for more information.


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