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President's Blog - 12 June 2015

Just back from attending Cereals 2015 in Lincolnshire and I must congratulate the organising committee, sponsors and exhibitors for making this a very informative and worthwhile event from a farmer’s perspective.Volatility has hit many sectors this year and commodity prices in cereals are no exception.  Dealing with this will be crucial going forward and there was plenty advice available covering agronomy, business, finance and machinery.
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Director of Policy's Blog - 10 June 2015

Scotland’s New CAP Package – Where Are We Now?
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CEO's Blog - 19 May 2015

The main measure of UK inflation turned negative in April, with the rate falling to -0.1%, due in part to lower food prices compared to a year ago.It is the first time the Consumer Price Index (CPI) has turned negative since 1960.The farming sector is well used to living with price pressure but deflation – particularly if sustained over a prolonged period – will have unwelcome consequences for our sector.
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President's Blog - 8 May 2015

The Westminster election results particularly in Scotland, have signalled a significant shift in politics within Scotland and UK.
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Parliamentary Officer's Blog 30 April 2015

We are now a few days away from the 2015 General election and our round of regional hustings is drawing to a close, writes NFU Scotland's Parliamentary Officer Clare Slipper.
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President's Blog 16 April 2015

This week we met with Solicitor General for Scotland, Lesley Thomson QC to discuss rural crime and how to progress the planned review of prosecution policy.This meeting was a very constructive one, and we covered everything from livestock worrying to agricultural crime in the community.Following evidence being given by NFU Scotland, the Solicitor General confirmed a review of prosecution policy is to be carried out and the Union and other bodies will form a group to assist with this.
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