RHASS & Moredun collaboration
RHASS & Moredun collaborate to provide added value to members
Members of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) will be eligible to become Associate Members of Moredun as an additional membership benefit.
The partnership will allow RHASS members access to a wealth of information including livestock health news sheets, magazines, e-newsletters and online webinars via the Moredun members’ area on the website.
In addition, RHASS members will also be able to apply for the Moredun Foundation award scheme to enable short term travel or personal projects to improve education and experience in livestock health and welfare.
Commenting on the partnership, RHASS Chairman, Jimmy Warnock said: “The Moredun Institute is a respected research organisation that provides a valuable service to the industry. We believe this will be of great benefit to our members. Moredun and RHASS have worked collaboratively for many years and we look forward to building on this foundation to support the industry through research, education and travel.”
Ian Duncan Miller, Chairman of the Moredun Foundation added: “Moredun are delighted to be extending the successful partnership we have had over the years with RHASS with this new collaboration, which will benefit the members of both organisations, as well as the wider livestock industry, by sharing knowledge and developing joint initiatives.”
Details of how to become an Associate Member can be found on www.moredun.org.uk