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Pack Principles Right; Open Minds Needed on Delivery

NFU Scotland has backed the main principles behind the Final Report of Brian Pack’s Inquiry into Future Support for Agriculture in Scotland, published today (Wednesday, 3 November).  However, it has urged that minds remain open on delivery options.   The Union says that the main negotiating lines for the Scottish Government and industry are close to being established, but how they translate into future schemes on the ground is still unknown and all options need to remain on the table.

03/11/2010

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Union Attacks Commission Over Mercosur Talks

NFU Scotland has cranked up its opposition to ongoing trade talks between Europe and Mercosur.   In its latest letter to the European Trade Commissioner, the Union laid out five areas around animal health, human health and food safety where guarantees must be secured before any additional access for imported products from these countries is agreed.

03/11/2010

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Care and Control Needed with Intervention Release

NFU Scotland has urged the Commission to proceed with care and control in its plans to release stocks from cereal intervention stores later this month. 

02/11/2010

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UK Close to BTV Eradication, But Only with Import Care

Scotland’s leading livestock organisations have reacted positively to the news that the number of reported cases in Europe of the devastating livestock disease, Bluetongue (BTV) are in marked decline.   With continued vigilance, disease-free status for Scotland and the rest of GB is realistic while eradication of the disease in Europe is a distinct possibility. 

02/11/2010

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