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Union demands that 2017 brings a step change in CAP payments delivery

NFU Scotland has called on Scottish Government to ensure that 2017 sees a step change in delivery of CAP support to the Scottish sector.

15/12/2016

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Scottish Government’s greening goldplating continues to disadvantage Scottish growers

NFU Scotland is seeking fresh talks with Scottish Government over greening rules that continue to place Scottish growers at a competitive disadvantage compared to those south of the Border.

14/12/2016

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Livestock producers urged to prepare for ScotMoves ahead of 1 January 2017

As the way cattle movements are recorded in Scotland changes from 1 January 2017, cattle producers are encouraged to put in place measures to avoid penalties.

14/12/2016

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Fresh commitments to tackle flooding

Fuelled by the wettest December on record and the terrible storms of early January 2016, some parts of Scotland endured their worst flooding in a lifetime.

14/12/2016

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Brexit push for NFUS in 2017

NFU Scotland is fully committed to securing the best deal possible for Scottish food and farming from Brexit negotiations.

14/12/2016

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Six names in the hat for top Union positions

Six candidates will contest the top roles within NFU Scotland at the Union’s forthcoming AGM and annual dinner in Glasgow early next year.

14/12/2016

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Union Outlines Brexit Priorities to Department for Exiting the European Union

With three months to go until Brexit is triggered, NFU Scotland has used a Westminster meeting to reaffirm its priorities as the UK looks to negotiate an exit from the European Union.

12/12/2016

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Scottish Government Clarity On Eligibility Of Dual Purpose Breeds For Calf Scheme

The Scottish Government has written to NFU Scotland providing clarity on the eligibility of calves from dual purpose cattle breeds for inclusion in the Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme.

07/12/2016

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Food Chain Policy Manager's Blog 7 December 2016

This Christmas – as with just about every Christmas before -  farmers, crofters and growers are likely to be at home and still be hard at work writes NFU Scotland’s Food Chains Policy Manager John Armour Even I will be milking cows and feeding calves at my parents farm on Christmas day.  While we have the tradition of harvest thanksgiving in our rural communities in Scotland, it doesn’t cut through society in the same way that Thanksgiving does in the United States of America (USA).  

07/12/2016

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Scottish Poultry Keepers Prepared for Avian Influenza Threat

Scotland’s poultry keepers are well prepared to deal with the threat of highly pathogenic Avian Influenza.

07/12/2016

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