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NFU Scotland Autumn Conference Stirs Debate about Proposed Regional Land Use Partnerships

The topic of Regional Land Use Partnerships was the focus on last night’s (Thursday 28 October) NFU Scotland’s Autumn Conference – held online for the first time due to Covid-19 restrictions.

23/10/2020

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Fuel filter blocking: Get ready for winter – Guest blog – 21 October 2020

As we move from autumn into winter, and the prospect of further problems with fuel and filters, it is worth looking at the seasonality factors that affect diesel and gasoil fuels writes Nigel Elliot, chair of the BSI Agricultural Filter Blocking Taskforce in this guest blog for NFU Scotland.

21/10/2020

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Hazardous Waste Dumped on Dumfriesshire Farm Shows Major Flaws in Scotland’s Fly-Tipping Response

A lorry-load of asbestos sheets dumped on a farm near Annan has shown the major flaws that exist in Scotland’s fly-tipping regulations and left the farmer facing a four-figure bill to have the extremely hazardous material cleared.

20/10/2020

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Scotland’s Farmers and Crofters to Feed in to Climate Assembly and Shape Nation’s Climate Change Response

Farmers and crofters are asked to engage with Scotland’s fledgling Climate Assembly to ensure food and farming are at the heart of the nation’s climate change response.

20/10/2020

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Vice President's Blog - 19 October 2020

Evidence given to the House of Lords on what the issues around a US/UK trade deal are likely to be was eye-opening writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

19/10/2020

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Lords Urged to Use Window of Opportunity to Revisit Amendment to Agriculture Bill

NFU Scotland is urging members of the House of Lords to revisit a potential amendment to the Agricultural Bill when they vote tomorrow (Tuesday 20 October) that will ensure Westminster can properly scrutinise all future trade deals.

19/10/2020

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Mental Wellbeing - Vice President Blog - 16 October 2020

Covid-19 has affected everyone this year and Scotland’s farmers and crofters are no different. This Ag Mental Health Week, Vice President Martin Kennedy is asking members to think about their neighbours and colleagues who might be feeling isolated because of the Covid-19 restrictions.

16/10/2020

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Bitter disappointment at Agriculture Bill Vote

NFU Scotland has described the result of last night’s vote in the House of Commons on amendments to the Agriculture Bill as a bitterly disappointing outcome for Scottish farmers and crofters and the public.

13/10/2020

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Successful first year for the Scottish land matching service

The Scottish Land Matching Service (SLMS), supported by NFU Scotland, has had a successful first year and is looking to build on its momentum.

13/10/2020

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Union reminder on MOTs

NFU Scotland is urging farmers and crofters to keep planning ahead when it comes to vehicle MOTs due to potential delays linked to the Covid-19 outbreak.

12/10/2020

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