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SCOTLAND – HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS 2019

Scottish guild prepared a great program for all of you who would like to find out more about farming in that beautiful country

Applications for IFAJ /ENAJ tour of the Scottish Highlands and Islands –
‘Farming on the Fringe of Europe – from Croft to Estate’ – 10-14th June 
2019, is now open. 

E-mail to editor@farmingscotland.comTrip starts in Scottish Highland capital of Inverness about 6pm on Monday the 10th and ends 5pm Friday 14th back in Inverness.

There is a welcome dinner on the evening of Monday 10th June 2019,
gathering at 6pm.  Candidates can arrive anytime on the Monday.

We will be travelling from the fertile farms on the Black Isle and Easter Ross in the East, to the harder hills of the Isles of Skye, Harris & Lewis on the West.  Successful candidates will embrace the culture, heritage and the agriculture on crofts, farms and estates across the Highlands & Islands.

The cost of the seminar and accommodation: £150

There are no single supplements. Most nights will be shared twin accommodation.

Monday 10th June
Arrival at Inverness, welcome dinner from 6pm

DAY 1 – Tues 11th June
Arable farm – malting barley and potatoes, finish 400 cattle. Grain Store. Livestock Market. Distillery. Estate.

DAY 2 – Wed 12th June
4WD tour round the Estate, farming/shooting/tourism,renewables. Herbs. Hill sheep farm on Isle of Skye.
Crofting Township. Historic Museum.

DAY 3 – Thurs 13th June
Harris tweed crofter and weaver, Luskentyre. West Harris Trust – Community Land Buy Out. Seaweed production.
Highland Cattle Fold. Dairy. Black Houses, Isle of Lewis.

DAY 4 – Fri 14th June
Fish farming boat trip to Summer Isles. Sheep and beef farm at Ullapool – North Country Cheviot Sheep and Luing cattle, Dog Trials and sheep shearing demonstration.

Register as soon as possible by 14th April 2019 by e-mail to editor@farmingscotland.com

Registration form you can find here: Register