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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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Union Calls on the Nation to #BackScotchBeef During Price Slump

A prolonged three-year low in the beef price is seriously impacting the incomes of farms and crofters across the country, warns NFU Scotland.

10/07/2019

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Stock-Judging Set to Raise Funds for Cancer Charities

A stock-judging and barbecue is aiming to boost the coffers of two cancer charities.

10/07/2019

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Union Hears Out Members at Dairy Contract Meetings

NFU Scotland held four meetings, over two days, across Scotland last week to inform and to listen to Scotland’s dairy farmers on the subject of a future government consultation on milk contacts.

10/07/2019

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Vice President's Blog - 10 July 2019

Appreciate us or lose us. That’s the message from Vice President Martin Kennedy as he uses his blog to highlight the uphill battle Scotland’s farmers and crofters are facing trying to continue to provide a public good while being met with constant pressure.

10/07/2019

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Policy Manager's Blog - 5 July 2019

Fresh from speaking at the inaugural Arable Scotland event this week, Policy Manager Andrew Midgely recognises that SEPA and sector planning may not seem like high octane stuff, but it really matters, because the regulator is seeking to change its role. He writes:

05/07/2019

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President's Blog - 3 July 2019

As the saying goes: “nothing ventured, nothing gained” writes President Andrew McCornick having extended an invite to the two candidates vying to be the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to meet with NFUS.

03/07/2019

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