A new service has been launched in Scotland to offer dairy farmers a one-stop shop for advice, information, training and support.
The Scottish Dairy Hub is being funded by the Scottish government and DairyCo and was set up following a recommendation in the Scottish Dairy Review Ambition 2025 report.
It is an independent initiative unique to Scotland and will offer the country’s dairy farmers a free, single point of contact for any dairy-related enquiry.
Responses, promised within 48 hours, aim to put farmers in touch with suppliers offering appropriate solutions.
Stuart Martin, manager of the Dairy Hub, said: “The dairy industry is changing and we need to be ready to adapt to the evolving sector around us.”