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Twenty years on from FMD 2001 – Scotland’s Chief Vet remembers

Today (19 February 2021) marks the 20th anniversary of the start of the Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak of 2001 – the worst the UK has ever experienced recalls Sheila Voas, Chief Veterinary Officer (Scotland).

19/02/2021

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Improving Your Connectivity - Colin Mair Guest Blog - 16 February 2021

One of the side effects of having to conduct most NFUS meetings online now is that it has really shown up who has decent broadband and who has not.

16/02/2021

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Highland Perthshire Farmer Martin Kennedy Elected 63rd President of NFU Scotland

Highland Perthshire farmer Martin Kennedy has been elected the 63rd President of NFU Scotland. Mr Kennedy, who has been a Vice President at the Union since 2017, now takes over one of the top jobs in Scottish agriculture.

12/02/2021

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Presidential address to #NFUS2021 AGM

Scottish farming and crofting, stands on the edge of the most significant change in generations, having left Europe and the transition period, said President Andrew McCornick in his address to NFU Scotland’s 2021 AGM.

11/02/2021

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Perth Office Wins Union Recruitment Honour for Third Year in a Row

The Membership Flame – an NFU Scotland award that recognises outstanding efforts in recruitment and retention of members - has gone to the hard-working Perth team of Margaret Hebbourn, Katy Neill, and Marc Robb.

11/02/2021

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‘It’s a Family Affair’ Walker Tells NFU Scotland AGM

NFU Scotland Chief Executive, Scott Walker has said ‘family is at the heart of NFU Scotland’ during his address to members tuning into today’s (Thursday 11 February) AGM online.

11/02/2021

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Transformational Decade must be Used as Gateway to Opportunity for Scotland’s Farmers and Crofters

The 2020’s will be a transformational decade for Scotland’s farmers and crofters and must be used as a gateway to opportunity according to outgoing NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

11/02/2021

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Union Calls for Improvement in Supermarket Pork Provenance

NFU Scotland has contacted all major supermarkets regarding their support for Scottish and British pig farmers after finding that some retailers have a very high proportion of non-British pork on their shelves.

09/02/2021

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#NFUS2021 opens with strong trade message - 9 February 2021

As demand for high quality, sustainably produced food grows across the world, Scotland will be leading the charge according to Tim Smith, Chair of the Trade and Agriculture Commission.

09/02/2021

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What price better mobile connectivity? – a guest blog - 8 February 2021

What price better mobile connectivity asks Kate Russell of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV)? In a guest blog for NFU Scotland, she writes:

08/02/2021

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