Spring Has Sprung

The last 2 weeks of March and the 1st week of April have seen a change in the seasonal calendar with warmer drier weather allowing hard pressed farmers to focus on planting spring crops and feeding winter crops.  It is amazing at this time of year how a sickly looking winter wheat or barley crop […]
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On April 3, 2020

The last 2 weeks of March and the 1st week of April have seen a change in the seasonal calendar with warmer drier weather allowing hard pressed farmers to focus on planting spring crops and feeding winter crops.  It is amazing at this time of year how a sickly looking winter wheat or barley crop can suddenly burst forward with a bit of sun on its back.  Much like many of us, the return of longer days and the chance to throw off the winter coat can lift the spirits as new life appears in the hedgerows and lambing sheds, as the prospect of summer gives us all something to look forward to after the dog days of winter.

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This early morning shot was taken 2 weeks ago up in Aberdeenshire. While the dry days from last week have their advantages, a little bit of rain over the last few days is also welcomed!

#aberdeenshire #growinginscotland #grassland #seed
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This early morning shot was taken 2 weeks ago up in Aberdeenshire. While the dry days from last week have their advantages, a little bit of rain over the last few days is also welcomed! #Aberdeenshire #GrowingInScotland #Grassland #Seed

Robert is one of the newest additions to the Scotgrain team and will be working with us supporting Growers throughout Aberdeenshire from our Turriff office.

We're currently recruiting for another two Farm Traders to come and join the Scotgrain team, working with growers throughout Scotland. If that's you or someone you know - we'd like to hear from you!

#growinginscotland #farming #scotland #careers #agriculture
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Robert is one of the newest additions to the Scotgrain team and will be working with us supporting Growers throughout Aberdeenshire from our Turriff office. Were currently recruiting for another two Farm Traders to come and join the Scotgrain team, working with growers throughout Scotland. If thats you or someone you know - wed like to hear from you! #growinginscotland #farming #scotland #careers #agriculture

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Glad to have you on our team Robert!

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