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Get connected at broadband and mobile webinar on 17 February

With Covid-19 putting connectivity issues at the top of rural priorities, NFU Scotland and Digital Scotland are to host a joint webinar on Wednesday 17 February for those looking to improve their mobile or internet connections.

29/01/2021

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NFUS is Here to Support You and Your Mental Wellbeing

Health and wellbeing are incredibly important, but with life being such a rush farmers and crofters often don’t stop and take the time to think about themselves.

29/01/2021

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Union to Work with Government on Green Recovery

NFU Scotland has welcomed funding commitments for 2021 made in today’s Scottish Budget in the face of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, its impact on the economy and the challenging post-EU transition period.

28/01/2021

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NFUS and Scottish Land & Estates Join Call for Action Against Fly-Tipping

Small Businesses and farmers are calling for urgent action on fly-tipping. That was the message from NFU Scotland and Scottish Land & Estates (SLE) when they joined other stakeholders today (28 January) in a roundtable meeting with Roseanna Cunningham, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, to discuss how the Scottish Government can move forward its work on fly-tipping.

28/01/2021

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Deadline Extended for Video Competition to Find Climate Friendly Farming Champion

NFU Scotland is searching for Scotland’s climate friendly farming champion through an exciting new video competition.

27/01/2021

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Farmers and Crofters Looking to Create Employment Opportunities Urged to Look at Apprenticeship Fund

NFU Scotland is urging all farmers and crofters looking at creating an employment opportunity to consider applying to the Apprenticeship Employer Grant (AEG) for support.

27/01/2021

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Scotland’s 2021 Agri-Environment Scheme Opens to Applications

Scotland’s 2021 Agri-Environment Climate Scheme (AECS) opened for applications today (25 January).

25/01/2021

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Inveraray’s Dougie Ford Takes Prestigious Argyll & The Islands Stalwart Award

Inveraray farmer Dougie Ford is year’s recipient of the Stalwart award, presented annually by NFU Scotland’s Argyll & the Islands region.

25/01/2021

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Protection of Livestock Bill Comes One Step Closer

NFU Scotland has briefed MSPs ahead of the Scottish Parliament debating and voting on the Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Bill at Stage One tomorrow (21 January).

20/01/2021

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Agri-Renewables and their Role in Climate Change

NFU Scotland is encouraging its members to take part in a virtual farm tour and Q&A session hosted by David (Davie) Smith, on Friday 29 January. The meeting will discuss Agri-renewables and their role in combatting climate change.

20/01/2021

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