01 September 14 - Voluntary Ban on Pig Imports from Virus-Hit Countries Must Be UpheldNFU Scotland is calling on pig breeding companies to play their part in keeping Scotland and Great Britain free from a virus that has had a devastating impact in the United States and has spread to Canada.
27 August 14 - Union Extends Scotchwatch Campaign to Monitor Impact of Russian Trade BanNFU Scotland is to extend its regular monitoring of retail shop shelves to examine any impact that the Russian trade ban may have on prices or demand for Scottish produce.
25 August 14 - Orkney Independence Debate Final Event in NFUS Referendum RoadshowNFU Scotland has confirmed the high profile panel who will be debating the issue of independence in Orkney on Thursday 4 September.
22 August 14 - CAP Info to Farmers Still Lacking Vital DetailsGrowers in Scotland have begun planting crops that will be harvested under the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) regime yet they still have not been told what all the rules will be on the so called ‘greening’ measures. As a result, they are having to make assumptions that may or may not be correct.
20 August 14 - Farmers All Set for ‘Love Scotch Lamb’ WeekendScottish sheep farmers are all set for “Love Scotch Lamb’ weekend (23 and 24 August), when they will be tempting Scottish shoppers with fresh, tasty Scotch lamb at 12 venues around the country.
18 August 14 - NFU Scotland’s Argyll and Islands Regional Board Meet with PoliticiansRural broadband and concerns for RET scheme and pricing for weighted vehicles on ferries raised
18 August 14 - High Profile Speakers Confirmed for Independence Debate in LanarkNFU Scotland has confirmed its speakers for the high profile panel who will be debating the issue of independence in Lanark on Wednesday 27 August.
14 August 14 - Union Slams Retailers Short-Term Vision for BeefScottish farmers’ share of the retail price of beef is at its lowest level for almost five years.
13 August 14 - Scotland Must Make More of MaltNFU Scotland has called on the Scottish Government to help make more of malt and strip away the Scottish cereal sector’s vulnerability to volatility.
12 August 14 - Scottish Lamb Filling up Shop Shelves Ahead of CampaignWith a major Scotch Lamb promotion due to be launched this month, NFU Scotland’s latest look at supermarket shelves has shown that they are finally starting to fill with Scottish produce.
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