Quality Meat Scotland meeting at Carstairs Mains Farm

Crant Conchie (lft) Andrew Baillie and Raymond Crerar (rt) with the farmhouse and steading at Carstairs Mains behind

Crant Conchie (lft) Andrew Baillie and Raymond Crerar (rt) with the farmhouse and steading at Carstairs Mains behind

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The first meeting of the recently appointed Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) Monitor Farm for Clyde will run at Carstairs Mains Farm between 10am and 3pm on Thursday, November 15.

Andrew Baillie has run the 625-acre farm for two years with his wife Jen and the couple have two young children, Rachel and Cameron.

Organiser Grant Conchie said: “The meeting is open to all local farmers and others involved in the agricultural industry.”

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