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President's Blog - 17 May 2017

A profitable, sustainable future is the big ambition that I have for our farmers, crofters and growers, and yet it needs a balance to allow each sector to develop writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

17/05/2017

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Cashflows Top of the Agenda as Union Meets with Members of the Committee of Scottish Bankers

With average farm incomes falling and ongoing concerns over delivery of agricultural support, cashflows were top of the agenda when NFU Scotland met with The Committee of Scottish Bankers (CSCB) at the Rural Centre, near Edinburgh this week (10 May).

12/05/2017

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CEO's Blog 10 May 2017

Today (10 May) saw the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee question the Scottish Government on the progress being made with the CAP Futures programme. A testy session is how I would describe it, writes NFU Scotland Chief Executive Scott Walker.

10/05/2017

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Manifesto Calls for ‘Brexit Election’ to Deliver a Good Deal for Scottish Agriculture, Food and Drink

Ahead of the ‘Brexit Election’ on 8 June, NFU Scotland has used its manifesto to call for the next UK Government to deliver a good deal for Scotland’s agriculture, food and drink industries from forthcoming negotiations.

08/05/2017

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Farmers Encouraged to Apply for Agricultural Dispensation to Move Wide Vehicles

NFU Scotland is reminding farmers and crofters to apply to Police Scotland for an agricultural dispensation for wide vehicle movements.

04/05/2017

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Call for Stability as Milk Prices Falter

NFU Scotland has called for milk buyers to deliver stability to Scottish dairy farmers as farmgate prices come under pressure.

03/05/2017

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Support Form Deadline Now Less Than Two Weeks Away

With less than two weeks left to complete 2017 Single Application Forms (SAF), NFU Scotland is encouraging crofters and farmers to prioritise filling out their forms before the 15 May deadline.

02/05/2017

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Vice President's Blog - 2 May 2017

Given the huge commitment Scottish cattle keepers are making to eradicating Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD), is it time to ‘name and shame’ those who risk Scotland’s disease-free plans writes NFU Scotland Vice President Gary Mitchell.

02/05/2017

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