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on June 10, 2010

Scottish funds go to egg producers

Grants to go for upgrades

The Scottish Rural Development Program has given poultry producers funds to upgrade operations, according to a report in The Scotsman. The largest grant went to Fred Duncan, Grampian Country Food founder, who will use £$1.6M to transform some large pig units for hens.

Glenrath farms, the biggest egg producer in Scotland, will use its £$745,000 to upgrade two of its chicken sheds to an enriched colony system. I & J McRae and G Watson also received funds to upgrade egg facilities. 

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