News Archive July 2015
07 July 15 - Farm Safety Week – Take a Chance with Machinery? Not on Your Life!Taking precautions to ensure the safety of you and your workforce can save lives, or serious injury. Much of farm work is carried out using heavy machinery and equipment and it is imperative that farmers put the safety of themselves and their employees first.
06 July 15 - Union Supports Farm Safety Week to Raise Awareness of Accidents on FarmThe third annual Farm Safety Week launches today (Monday 6 July), with NFU Scotland voicing its support in the hope that farmers and those within the industry will make their safety and the safety of those around them a priority.
03 July 15 - Ayrshire Farmer Support for Auchincruive Vet Lab Remaining OpenAyrshire farmers have voiced their support for a vital veterinary facility near Ayr being kept open, boosting the long term health of the region’s livestock.
02 July 15 - Farmers and Vets Come Together to Fight for Future of Inverness Vet LabFarmers and vets have come together to fight the proposed closure of Inverness Veterinary Surveillance centre – a move that would rob livestock farmers across a huge part of Scotland of a vital facility.
01 July 15 - Consumer Demand Key to Securing Lamb Price LiftWith Scottish farmers receiving their lowest lamb price for five years, NFU Scotland is urging all supermarkets to make the switch to Scotch.
01 July 15 - Leading Organisations Issue Joint Industry Guidance on Limited PartnershipsThree organisations have responded to calls for them to show leadership on Limited Partnerships.
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