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Cabinet Secretary Attends Union LFA Meeting

NFU Scotland’s LFA Committee welcomed Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy Fergus Ewing to its committee meeting in Stirling today (18 January) as the Union continues to press for assurances on the future of Less Favoured Areas Support Scheme (LFASS) funding.

18/01/2019

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President's Blog - 14 January 2019

We are facing a ‘deal’ or ‘no deal’ Brexit or some fudge in-between writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

14/01/2019

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Shepherding Legend Takes Argyll & The Islands Award

Bute shepherd Sandy McKirdy is this year’s recipient of the Stalwart award, presented annually by NFU Scotland’s Argyll & the Islands region at its AGM.

14/01/2019

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British Farming Industry Urges MPs to Take Action to Avoid No-Deal Brexit

The four UK farming unions have urged MPs to take all the necessary steps for Britain to avoid a no-deal Brexit, which could see catastrophic impacts for the nation’s food and farming sector.

10/01/2019

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Hustings Start For NFU Scotland Candidates

NFU Scotland’s 10-date regional hustings tour kicks off next week, which will see three candidates who are contesting for the two Vice President roles within NFU Scotland travelling the length and breadth of the country to speak to members.

04/01/2019

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Hill Farmer's Blog - 20 December 2018

There is an unequivocal case for maintaining lifeline LFA support at current levels writes Langholm hill farmer Lorraine Luescher of Glendinning Farms, a member on NFU Scotland’s LFA committee.

20/12/2018

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Metaldehyde Ban Presents Huge Challenge to Scottish Growers

A ban on the most-commonly used slug control product, metaldehyde, in 18 months’ time will present a major challenge to Scottish growers.

19/12/2018

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NFUS Seeks Members Views on Migration Consultation

NFU Scotland is calling on its members to respond to its consultation on the UK Government’s Shortage Occupation List which looks to develop new immigration policies for post Brexit.

19/12/2018

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Farmers Reminded of New Rules for Plastic Disposal

From 1 January 2019 there will be a total ban on the burning of plastics on farms and crofts in Scotland which means farmers and crofters need to start looking at alternative methods of disposal.

19/12/2018

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Sunshine Stalls Fluke Threat in Argyll

A new study involving 10 flocks in Argyll has highlighted the beneficial impact that the long, dry summer had in reducing the impact of liver fluke in sheep across the region.

19/12/2018

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