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06 May 16 - NFU Scotland Calls for Clear Guidance on Crofting Grazings Committees to be Issued

NFU Scotland has asked the Crofting Commission to bring forward a simple guide to best practice for grazing committees.

06 May 16 - Union Pulling Together Beef Stakeholders to Look at Efficiency Scheme

Stakeholders in the beef sector are attending a Union meeting this Monday, 9 May, to discuss the Beef Efficiency Scheme (BES) to encourage an industry-wide uptake.

06 May 16 - Elections Bring Fresh Dynamic to Scottish Parliament

Voting in the Scottish Parliamentary elections has brought a new dynamic to Scottish politics for the five years ahead.

05 May 16 - Mapping Problems Lead to Call For Support Scheme Window to be Extended

NFU Scotland will request that Scottish Government extend the application window for applying to vital CAP support schemes.

04 May 16 - Beware of Fraudsters Targeting Farmers in Scams

NFU Scotland is urging its members to remain vigilant as fraudulent scams continue to target the farming community.
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04 May 16 - Union to Host Major EU Referendum Debate

NFU Scotland is to host a major debate on Britain’s future in the European Union ahead of the in/out referendum taking place on Thursday, 23 June.
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04 May 16 - Union Continues to Liaise with Members Over Proposed Tullos Closure

NFU Scotland is continuing to seek a resolution to the proposed closure of the Tullos milk processing plant by Muller UK & Ireland.
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03 May 16 - More Milk Price Misery this May for Dairy Farmers

With all Scottish dairy farmers facing further milk price cuts this May and June, NFU Scotland has called on milk processors and retailers to accept a greater share of the costs and risks involved in producing milk or cause irreparable damage to Scotland’s production base.

29 April 16 - Owners Urged to Keep Dogs Under Control or Run the Risk of Being Prosecuted

Dog walkers in Edinburgh and the Lothians are being urged to keep their dogs on a lead or under close control after a spate of sheep worrying attacks in the Pentland Hills.

27 April 16 - NFUS to Hold Beef Producer Drop-In Session in Lanark

NFU Scotland’s livestock committee has extended its programme of drop-in sessions at store sales to take place at Lanark Mart next week. This is one of seven taking place around the country as farmer’s concerns about the beef market grow.
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