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Union Anger at New Zealand Trade Deal Announcement

21-10-2021

NFU Scotland has reacted with anger and dismay at the announcement of a further free trade deal that grants a major...

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Union Thanks Public for Their Support of Scottish Farmers as Figures Show Increase in Sales of Red Meat and Dairy

13-10-2021

Demand for quality Scottish produce remains high and Scotland’s farmers crofters and producers are working hard to ensure it gets from...

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NFU Scotland Welcomes New Policy Manager for Climate Change

06-10-2021

Kate Hopper joined NFU Scotland this week taking on the role of Policy Manager for Climate Change....

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The future for agricultural support – NFU Scotland’s approach

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Where are we with support payments

Agricultural Transition Consultation: NFU Scotland Members’ Webinar


NFU Scotland held a webinar to inform members about the Scottish Government consultation on transition to new agricultural support policy to replace the CAP. Members heard about the new policy context and the process of developing future support for farmers and crofters, building on the work of the farmer lead groups. The presentation highlighted the Union’s preferred approach to future support. Most importantly, the questions and comments from the audience will inform the Union’s response. In addition, a series of meetings will also be held across the regions over coming weeks.

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Scotland’s Farmers and Crofters In Need of Support to Deliver High Quality, Sustainable Produce - Andrew Connon Blog

18-10-2021

Rising input costs and the labour crisis continue to threaten Scottish agriculture at a time when consumer demand for locally produced...

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Why don’t soft fruit and vegetable farms employ more local people?

24-09-2021

Why don’t soft fruit and vegetable farms employ more local people? A recent survey of NFU Scotland’s horticultural members carried...

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Recycle Week 2021 Urges Farmers to ‘Step It Up’

22-09-2021

Recycle Week 2021 is underway and farmers and crofters can do their bit to ‘Step it Up’ writes NFU Scotland’s Environmental...

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