Graham’s the Family Dairy has officially opened a new £1.5million milk logistics facility in the north-east of Scotland. The company, which is Scotland’s largest independent dairy firm, has invested £1.5million in the new facility at the Mid- hill Business Park, near Kintore. Investment in the new site, which includes a large refrigerated warehouse, offices, parking and workshop space, was made following the company’s acquisition of milk and dairy production specialists Mitchells in 2014.
Further details of a long- awaited new north-east abattoir will be revealed next week. Scotbeef and ANM Group, which jointly own Scotbeef Inverurie, are hosting an exhibition at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, on Friday, September 29, between 11am and 8pm. Proposals to build a new abattoir and meat production facility at the Thainstone Business Park, and relocate the existing Scotbeef Inverurie facility from the town’s North Street, will be on show at the event.
Latheron Young Farmers Club has confirmed its affiliation with the Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs (SAYFC) after almost 20 years apart from the organisation. The club has re-formed, after folding in 1999, meaning there are now four clubs in Caithness – Bower, Forss, Halkirk and Latheron.
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