Beef 2020 Report

04 December 2015

The Beef 2020 Report has been released.

Executive Summary

The group’s vision of the Scottish beef supply chain is:

“A confident market driven grass based cattle industry using leading edge technologies

capable of delivering profitably to the home and world market high provenance, quality beef

from sustainable production systems.”

This vision will only be achievable if each link in the supply chain is profitable; and that

comes from both production efficiencies and market development. Gains will also be

delivered for the wider community not only from a secure high quality beef supply but also

through environmental benefits gained through efficient resource use and waste reductions

that will reduce the carbon footprint of each kilogram of beef produced in Scotland.



Harper Adams On-line survey

06 March 2018

Your views matter Six final year agribusiness students from Harper Adams University are working with the Highland Cattle Society on their final year project. Their goal is to look at ways we ca...

North of Scotland Highland Cattle Club Trip to Finland

06 March 2018

Trip to Finland Wednesday 13th September – Sunday 16th September 2018. We have been invited by the Highland Cattle Club of Finland to tour many of their folds prior to the Finnish Highland Cattle Sho...

Death of Mr A Cameron - Funeral Notice

05 March 2018

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF TIME FOR ANDREW'S BURIAL IN OBAN - Peacefully at the Highland Hospice on Friday, March 2, 2018, Andrew Cameron, 8 County Cottages, Culduthel, Inverness, retired Farm Manage...

East of Scotland Highland Cattle Club

21 February 2018

The East of Scotland Club are having a bus trip to the Great Yorkshire Show in July. There are places available. Price approx £240/£250, depending on uptake on places. Please contact John Singer to...


19 February 2018

WIth immediate effect, the office will be open on: Monday 1pm to 5pm Tuesday 9am to 5pm Wednesday 9am to 5pm Thursday 9am to 5pm Friday 1pm to 5pm