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Union Call for Grain Drying to Remain Part of RHI

Responding to an Ofcom consultation on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), NFUS has strongly defended the right of on-farm grain dryers to remain part of the scheme.

13/10/2017

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Brexit Modelling Justifies NFUS Priorities

NFU Scotland AHDB’s latest Horizon modelling report ‘Brexit scenarios: An impact assessment’ which will be launched tomorrow at our Grain Market Outlook conference.

11/10/2017

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Livestock Roadshow Headed to Orkney

Guest Speakers for the evening will be Charlie Adam, Chairman of the Unions Livestock Committee, and Alan Clarke, CEO Quality Meat Scotland.

11/10/2017

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European Politicians Must Act on South American Beef

NFU Scotland has briefed Scottish MEP’s about the risks to Scotland’s iconic beef industry of poorly negotiated trade deals.

11/10/2017

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Union Reminder on Ewe Hogg Scheme Tagging Rules

NFU Scotland is reminding hill farmers and crofters that, following a Union request, the deadline for applying to the Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme (SUSSS) has been extended to 30 November 2017.

10/10/2017

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Scottish Agriculture at Centre of Brexit Debate

NFU Scotland has called for politicians of all parties to recognise and protect the huge economic and environmental contribution of Scottish agriculture in the Brexit negotiations.

09/10/2017

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Union Behind Dumfries and Galloway Business Week

Farm walks held as part of Dumfries and Galloway’s business week have shown the dedication and innovation that ensures farming remains a central plank of the region’s economy.

05/10/2017

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Scotland's Dairy Farmers Still Being Short-Changed

Despite some milk prices now stretching to more than 30p per litre (ppl), NFU Scotland states that Scotland’s dairy farmers are still being short-changed.

04/10/2017

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Brexit Roadshow Coming to a Venue Near You

With so much uncertainty surrounding the farming industry heading into Brexit, NFU Scotland believe it is important to be proactive and look at how this change can be a positive, rather than a negative.

04/10/2017

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Scottish Agriculture Must Feature in Brexit Debate

Politicians must recognise the strong economic and environmental contribution of Scottish agriculture in the Brexit negotiations. This was the strong message from NFU Scotland’s first ever fringe event at a national party conference.

02/10/2017

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