Joint Initiative Guidelines for Agricultural Tenancies

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Success for Union Lobbying as Permanent Changes to Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme Agreed

19-04-2018

NFU Scotland has welcomed today’s announcement from Scottish Government of permanent changes to rules within the Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme. ...

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Union to Argue in Brussels for End to Mercosur Beef Negotiations

18-04-2018

NFU Scotland will be in Brussels next week to add its voice to those calling for the European Commission to postpone...

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Union Welcome for £250k Weather Support Package

18-04-2018

NFU Scotland has welcomed a £250k Scottish Government package of support for farmers and crofters to help address the impact of...

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Joint Initiative Guidelines for Agricultural Tenancies

Under the joint initiative banner, NFUS, STFA, and SLE has produced a number of best practice documents for secure tenancies.  In collaboration with the Interim Commissioner for tenant farming, these notes are an important reference point for both landlords and tenants of secure tenancies.  More guidance notes will be added as they are completed.  Members who have any concerns or questions relating to these documents are invited to call NFUS on 0131 472 4000 for further information.

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