QMS (@qmscotland )


Bio Proudly promoting Scotch Beef PGI, Scotch Lamb PGI and Specially Selected Pork
Location Edinburgh, Scotland
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Account created 06-07-2009 15:22:53
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Twitter Web App : An overall low fluke risk due to dry weather this year could lead to some farmers being caught out, particularly where animals have relied on running water sources at pasture, SCOPS has warned. More information here: scops.org.uk/news/13490/flu…

Twitter Web App : Check out our TV ad that'll be showing on Sky Go and STV Player during the COP26 conference in Glasgow. Set to reach 62% of adults in Scotland, it offers a great opportunity to educate the nation on the green benefits of Scotch red meat, and the true meaning of Field Cred.

Twitter for iPhone : Commenting on the trade deal between the UK and New Zealand, Alan Clarke, says:“The trade agreement between the UK and New Zealand could have a serious impact on Scotland’s red meat industry - particularly our beef producers.” qmscotland.co.uk/news/commentin…

Falcon Social Media Management : is kicking off next week! If you'd like to teach your students a bit more about farming, look no further than our Farm to Field lesson plan. You'll find games, group tasks, presentations and quizzes that'll bring learning to life! fal.cn/3jbn4

Twitter Web App : Locally sourced, quality assured and totally traceable - that's what gives Scotch Beef PGI Field Cred. This visual is part of our marketing campaign in the run-up to COP26. Find out more information on our activities in our toolkit: qmscotland.co.uk/sites/default/…

Twitter Web App : Wednesday 17th - 7pm with QMS - Nicola Lambe SRUC talks about CT scanning in terminal sire breeding programmes followed by an insight to online tup sales with Neil McGowan & John Scott ahdb.org.uk/sheep-breeders… AHDB Beef & LambHCCAgriSearchNational Sheep Association

Twitter for Advertisers : We've launched a six-part COP26 podcast series focused on how our sector can influence conference outcomes. The first episode is out now, with Sarah Millar from QMS and Laura Ryan of Meat Business Women. Listen now: bit.ly/35TGVYW

Falcon Social Media Management : Give your class a fun, -themed challenge with this Spider Burger recipe! And why not help them come up with their own spooky meal ideas? Let's get creative in the kitchen with Scotch meat 🕷

Twitter Web App : The Monitor Farm Legacy project revisited six previous Monitor Farmers to look at what has changed since their involvement in the project. Listen now to hear how it impacted the business of Andrew Booth from Savock Farm, and also the wider community group: qmscotland.co.uk/qms-podcast