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30 June 2015| Education,News,Poultry

Newton Rigg students studying their City and Guilds ‘Skills for Working Life – Entry Level 2’ Diploma paid a visit to the Lakes Free Range Egg Company (The Lakes), just down the road from the college. It gave the students a rare opportunity to compare and contrast the different way eggs are collected on a domestic and commercial basis. Newton Rigg City and Guilds Course Manager Sue Robson said “One of the units on the course involves poultry. ...





30 June 2015 | Education,News,Poultry
Newton Rigg students visit to the Lakes Free Range Egg Company

Newton Rigg students studying their City and Guilds ‘Skills for Working Life – Entry Level 2’ Diploma paid a visit to the Lakes Free Range Egg Company...


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24 June 2015 | News,Poultry,Shows and Events
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17 June 2015 | News,NFU,Poultry
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