#Agriculture

Livestock Production Students Explore Innovative Technology

    A mix of 3rd year Agriculture and Rural Business Management students, from Aberdeen campus, visited SRUC’s Easter Howgate research farm as part of their Livestock Production Systems module....

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NC Agriculture Visit

The Barony Campus NC Agriculture group were out on a visit recently as part of their course. The visit was hosted by Mr Michael Kyle of the Linns farm near...

SRUC graduate crowned Young Farmer of the Year

  Former SRUC student James Fairlie has been awarded Young Farmer of the Year in the prestigious Farmers Weekly annual awards.   James undertook his HND in Agriculture at SRUC...

SAC Consulting Summer Placement: Ayr

Each summer, SAC Consulting offers three students the chance to undertake a summer placement at one of their offices around the country. Students who apply are in Year 3 going...

Let the Students see the Soil

                    Aberdeen Agriculture Degree students recently visited SoilEssentials Ltd at Hilton of Fern. They were shown various aspects of the advancing...

SRUC’s Olympic Curlers

The British Olympic Association’s announcement of the Team GB Men’s Curling Team for the Winter Olympics includes three SRUC alumni and one current student. The British men’s team led by...

SAC Consulting Summer Placement: Edinburgh

Each summer, SAC Consulting offers three students the chance to undertake a summer placement at one of their offices around the country. Students who apply are in Year 3 going...

Joanna Foubister receives her award

Joanna the ‘Farming Hero’

Joanna Foubister, a student here at SRUC, has been hailed a “British Farming Hero” for helping to draw attention to the issue of mental wellbeing in agriculture. Along with colleagues...

Craibstone Cake Off

Craibstone Cake Off With National Baking Week kicking off, 3rd year Agricultural student from the Aberdeen campus, Aimee Budge, grabbed the opportunity to host a bake sale. Aimee enlisted the help of...

The importance of food security

With it being World Food Day, our Principal and Chief Executive Professor Wayne Powell has taken some time to share his thoughts about the importance of food security.