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24 June 16 - Locally-Sourced Fine Scottish Produce the Focus of NFUS Drinks Reception

For several years, NFU Scotland has boasted an array of high-quality Scottish produce at its Royal Highland Show drinks reception, and 2016 is no different.

24 June 16 - Encouraging Women to Get More Involved in The Union

In recent months NFU Scotland has been increasing its work to encourage more women to get involved in union activity and agriculture on a wider scale.

24 June 16 - European Vote Changes Political Landscape

The vote for the UK to leave the EU, and the subsequent announcement that the Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down in October marks a hugely significant time in the political and social landscape of the country.
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23 June 16 - Scottish Union Seeking Speedy Progress to Reduce Flooding Risk

NFU Scotland’s officeholder team will shortly be meeting again with farmers affected by flooding on several of Scotland’s major rivers to identify areas where the risk of flooding to farmland, homes and businesses is highest.

23 June 16 - Beef Efficiency Scheme Start Up Success

News that almost 50 percent of Scotland’s iconic beef herd is likely to be enrolled into the ground-breaking Beef Efficiency Scheme (BES) for its first year has been welcomed by NFU Scotland.

23 June 16 - Support Payment Debacle Nearing Closure

Scotland’s 2015 farm payment debacle is finally nearing closure after many months of heartache and financial pressure on Scotland’s farmers, crofters and the wider agri-community. 

23 June 16 - Union Support for Save a Life for Scotland Initiative

On behalf of Scotland’s farming and crofting families, most of whom live and work in isolated, rural parts, NFU Scotland has voiced its support for the Save a Life for Scotland initiative.
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23 June 16 - Seven More Agricultural Organisations Take the Scottish Farming Dyslexia Pledge

Eight more agricultural organisations have today (Thursday 23 June) signed a pledge to adopt good practice in communications to support those within the farming and crofting community who have dyslexia.
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22 June 16 - Glimmer of Light at the End of Milk Price Tunnel

Falling milk production across the UK and Europe, a slight lift in dairy commodity auction prices and firmer spot markets for milk have produced the first glimmer of good news for Scottish dairy farmers in almost two years.

15 June 16 - Union to Drive Forward Scotch Beef and Lamb Markets

NFU Scotland will use the nation’s biggest agricultural showcase – The Royal Highland Show – to take up livestock producer concerns with major retailers.
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