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Highland Life / Environment / Agriculture and Fisheries

Agriculture and Fisheries

AEFD – Agriculture (Scottish Office)

Topics of particular interest to the Scottish agricultural and livestock industries

Crofters Commission - Ughdarras Nan Croitearan

Our prime objective is to promote a thriving crofting community, The Crofters Commission was set up in 1955 to develop and regulate the crofting system and to promote the interests of crofters.

Crofters Commission and The Scottish Office - Rural Development

"Serving Crofting", the Crofters Commission & Scottish Office Agriculture, Environment & Fisheries Dept have reviewed commitments to the crofting community in this Charter Standard Statement

Fisheries Research Services

Fisheries Research Services (FRS) is an agency of the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department (SEERAD). FRS provides expert advice to Government on marine and freshwater fisheries, aquaculture and protection of the aquatic environment.

Global Farmers

globalfarmers.com - the future of farming, based at Edinburgh's Royal Highland Centre, whose objective is to work with the industry to drive out cost, enabling both farmers and suppliers to buy and sell much more efficiently.

Highlands & Islands Sheep Association

Healthy natural product from a healthy natural environment, for many years livestock from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland have enjoyed an enviable reputation.

Scottish Agricultural College

SAC (Scottish Agricultural College) is an innovative, knowledge-based organisation, supporting the development of land-based industries and communities.

Scottish Crop Research Institute

The Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI) is a major international centre for research on agricultural, horticultural and industrial crops, and on the underlying processes common to all

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