10 February 17 - NFUS Centenary Trust Winds Up with Final Charity DonationNFU Scotland’s Centenary Trust has awarded a final cheque of £1,050 to mark its closing.
10 February 17 - Union Calls for Suspended Funds to be Allocated to New Entrants and Young FarmersNFU Scotland has called for a suspended pot of Rural Development funding to be directed towards Scotland’s new generation of farmers and crofters.
08 February 17 - New Look to NFU Scotland’s Board of DirectorsThere is a new look to NFU Scotland Board of Directors.
07 February 17 - Andrew McCornick elected President of NFU ScotlandDumfriesshire farmer Andrew McCornick has been elected the 62nd President of NFU Scotland. Mr McCornick, previously a Vice President at the Union, now takes over one of the top jobs in Scottish agriculture.
07 February 17 - Dynamic duo from Loch Lomond take NFU Scotland ambassador awardNFU Scotland and NFU Mutual’s prestigious Ambassador Award has been presented to dynamic duo, Anne and Bobby Lennox. The couple, from Shantron Farm, near Luss on Loch Lomond-side were announced as winners of the trophy at NFU Scotland’s annual dinner, held in Glasgow last night (6 February).
07 February 17 - NFUS Dinner Raises Almost £4000 for Rural CharitiesRural charities have benefited from almost £4000 raised at NFU Scotland’s Annual Dinner held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow on Monday 6 February 2017.
06 February 17 - Skye’s Jake wins Miskelly award for services to the Union and Scottish farmingWell-known Skye NFU Scotland group secretary and NFU Mutual local agent Jake Sayles has been awarded one of the Union’s highest accolades – the John Miskelly Award.
06 February 17 - St Boswells office wins Union recruitment honourThe Membership Flame – an NFU Scotland award that recognises outstanding efforts in recruitment and retention of members - has gone to the Borders West team of Richard Forsyth, Rory Murray, Laura Bell and Joyce Grigor based at Newton St Boswells.
06 February 17 - Union focus on future in unpredictable timesNFU Scotland’s Chief Executive Scott Walker stated that unpredictable times will not deflect from the Union’s primary purpose of driving profitability and growth for Scottish farmers and crofters.
06 February 17 - Profitability, innovation and collaboration key for industry to growIn his address to NFU Scotland’s Annual General Meeting, President Allan Bowie stressed how important profitability, innovation and collaboration are for the Scottish agricultural industry to grow.
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