Myerscough College News, Agriculture

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Myerscough keep farming moo-ving during coronarvirus lockdown

Monday 20 April

All teaching and learning at Myerscough may have been moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic, but a dedicated team of agriculture staff remain to carry out the College’s many farm operations.

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High pass rates for Myerscough further education study programmes

Wednesday 8 April

The latest government figures show that Myerscough College scores highly for learning achievement in further education across all of its centres.

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Myerscough spring into action for Lambing Season

Wednesday 25 March

Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s a very busy time of year at Myerscough College’s Lee Farm, with the Spring Lambing Season well underway.

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Indian farriery trip neigh problem for Myerscough’s Angus

Wednesday 26 February

A Myerscough College farriery tutor is working in India, on a project aimed at improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules from across the world.

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Cumbrian partnership boosts animal care and equine careers

Wednesday 26 February

Myerscough College has agreed a new partnership with Furness College to deliver animal and equine study programmes across South Cumbria.


Get ready for our Open Day & Country Fair 2020

Friday 14 February

Myerscough College's Open Day & Country Fair sees thousands of people flocking to the annual event, with 2020 set to be another bumper year.