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Clarity on Land Reform Bill Needed

Scotland’s landmark Land Reform Bill is pushing forward at pace, but NFU Scotland is calling for further clarity to be delivered to allow proper debate to take place.

16/12/2015

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Tariff Cuts Risk Undermining Farm-Based Renewables

Cuts to tariffs which support farm-based renewables could undermine the huge energy generating potential of Scottish farms and hold Scotland back from reaching its world-leading energy and climate change targets.

16/12/2015

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Saying ‘No’ To GM Risks Leaving Scotland Behind

Scottish Government’s approach to GM risks consigning the nation’s farmers and scientific community to a technological backwater.

16/12/2015

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Farmers Being Let Down by Greening and Simplification Agendas

Scottish farmers continue to be let down by Scottish Government’s failure to address gold-plated rules around Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) scheme greening measures while Europe’s delivery of CAP simplification, scheduled to come into force in 2017, is disappointingly ponderous.

16/12/2015

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Malcolm Celebrates 12 Years as Sutherland Branch Chairman

NFU Scotland’s Sutherland branch presented its chairman, Malcolm McCall of Brora, with a 12-year-old bottle of whisky to mark his 12 years in the post at its recent annual general meeting.

15/12/2015

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NFUS Hosts Meetings for Crown Estate Tenant Members

NFU Scotland continues to engage with tenant members on the devolution of Crown Estates, allowing them to air their views for future management options.

15/12/2015

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Chance to See ‘Next Big Thing’ in Renewable Energy

Battery storage is recognised as the ‘next big thing’ in the renewable energy sector.

09/12/2015

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Grab a Chance to See ‘Gas to Grid’ Energy Project

Farmers are being offered the chance to see the first ‘gas to grid’ farm-based renewables project being installed in Fife.  

02/12/2015

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NFUS States EU Membership Position in Evidence Session

NFU Scotland believes that for farm businesses the overall benefits of staying in the European Union (EU) currently outweigh any advantages businesses would gain from leaving the EU.

02/12/2015

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Declaration by UK Farming Union Presidents for the 2015 Paris Climate Summit

Agriculture is unique. It supplies food, stores carbon and generates renewable energy. Farming is on the frontline of climate change impacts, being particularly vulnerable to extreme weather events.

01/12/2015

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