A group of farmers who have identified an imbalance in their machinery capability (this could be an excess resulting in high fixed costs or a shortage resulting in poor timeliness, both are commonly found on the same farm). The farmers then cooperate to use the surplus capacity on each other's farms.'
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At Rural Services Scotland we host and support many events throughout the year. We update these regularly on our site. If there is an event you would like us to support, please get in touch.
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These are some of the services you can arrange through our members:
*Supplying seasonal and long term qualified agricultural workers.
General farm workers, certifed forklift drivers, chainsaw operators, LGV drivers, tractor drivers, stock watchers.
We can also provide a full range of training courses.
CONGRATULATIONS to Roddy Kennedy, our Chairman of the Board of Rural Services Scotland on his
We have been advised to expect possible snow fall of between 2 and 10 cm during Wednesday even
One of our members wishes to reduce her small herd of Belted Galloways, which were on the rare