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Next Generation Chair's Blog - 19 July 2019

Scotland needs a new vehicle to drive forward a dynamic and fluid land sector and NFU Scotland Next Generation Chair Colin Ferguson believes that taxation is the key.

19/07/2019

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Union Backs Parliamentary Committee Report that Finds Dog Control Laws are Not Fit for Purpose

NFU Scotland has welcomed a report from an influential parliamentary committee that scrutinised the Control of Dogs (Scotland) Act 2010 and found that it wasn’t fit for purpose.

18/07/2019

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Union in Westminster Ahead of Prime Ministerial Announcement

One week from the appointment of a new Prime Minister, NFU Scotland has returned to London to reaffirm its key asks of the new leader and Westminster.

18/07/2019

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NFU Scotland and Sustrans Joint Blog – 18 July 2019

Walking and cycling charity Sustrans and NFU Scotland, the nation’s leading agricultural organisation, have issued a call for consideration between all users of rural roads across the summer period.

18/07/2019

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Jim Hume, Convener of the National Rural Mental Health Forum - 17 July 2019

Mental health is an important part of everyday farm health and safety which is too often ignored. Jim Hume, Convener of the National Rural Mental Health Forum, discusses the importance of being open about mental health issues and the work being done for those in rural Scotland.

17/07/2019

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Scottish Beef Burgers Readily Available but Not at all Supermarkets

During a period of prolonged warm weather many in Scotland will be hoping to enjoy some high-quality Scotch Beef burgers.

17/07/2019

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De-Facto Deputy Prime Minister Welcomed to Islay Farm

NFU Scotland’s Islay members welcomed the de-facto Deputy Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Lidington CBE MP on-farm on Islay impressing upon him challenges faced by agricultural on island communities.

15/07/2019

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Action Needed to Reduce Deaths on Scotland’s Farms and Crofts

More needs to be done across Scotland to tackle the death rate in agriculture, as its revealed 13 people died last year on Scotland’s farms and crofts. This is five more deaths than in 2017/2018 – the highest average increase across Great Britain during this period.

15/07/2019

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Conservative Leadership Candidates Respond to Union’s Lobbying

Having written to the two remaining candidates in the race to become Prime Minister last week, NFU Scotland has now received responses from both Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP and Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP.

12/07/2019

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President's Blog - 11 July 2019

Action is needed to reduce the injury and death rate on Scotland’s farms and crofts, writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

11/07/2019

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