Scottish Agronomy is a farmer-owned co-operative and the leading organisation in Scotland devoted to the provision of unbiased advice to arable and potato farmers. Successful agronomy depends on continual production of new information, and the world-class field trials conducted by the company are key to providing a technical advantage to members.

The cooperative was established in 1985 by a group of progressive arable farmers with a mission to help growers find their own crop solutions.

Over the years, our technical expertise, industry relationships and focus on practical, sustainable and value-centred solutions has taken us from strength to strength. Today, we represent over 250 farmer and trade associate members, including some of the most forward-thinking and innovative growers in the north of England and Scotland.

We offer different levels of membership to suit all levels of agronomic support.

In our extensive trials programme we are proud to be the largest supplier of data to AHDB for the Recommended List Variety Trials in Scotland. We are always looking ahead and making the most of new technologies and approaches, from satellite-guided drills to biocontrols.

Our core aim remains the same as it did when we first started: to empower our members with evidence-based agronomic solutions.

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Being part of Scottish Agronomy challenges the way you think and brings up the standard of your agronomy

Craig Peddie, Cornceres Farm, Anstruther

SA agronomists have their finger on the pulse. They go to conferences and meetings where they get information ahead of growers about current events or what’s coming up and this funnels down to us so we can prepare ahead

Ken Durston, North Nevay, Balkeerie, Forfar

With Scottish Agronomy, the independent advice allows me to make my own decisions and save money, which more than covers the annual membership fee

John Wilson, Over Rankeilour Farms, Cupar

I enjoy that with Scottish Agronomy we can challenge the agronomist’s advice, there is a discussion and options are explained to growers.

David Gill, Rosskeen Farms, Invergordon

The market leading agronomic information and support we receive has been the single most important influence on our farming business over the past 35 years

David Hay, Easter Rhynd, Perth

Costs of any inputs are so high that any way of cutting those costs is essential to the success of our business. Working with Scottish Agronomy, we have reduced rates and cut out sprays which is key to our bottom line.

John Weir, Lacesston, Gateside

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