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Vice President's Blog - 9 May 2018

Never before has there been such political engagement from NFU Scotland with politicians north and south of the border as there is at the present time writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

09/05/2018

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Union Makes the Case for Scotland’s Farming Future

NFU Scotland has made the case for a profitable and vibrant future for Scotland’s farmers and crofters when responding to the UK Government’s consultation: ‘Health and Harmony: The Future for Food, Farming and the Environment in a Green Brexit’.

08/05/2018

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Farmers and Crofters Urged to Prioritise their SAF

With one week left to complete 2018 Single Application Forms (SAF), NFU Scotland is encouraging crofters and farmers to prioritise filling out their forms before the 15 May deadline.

08/05/2018

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Union and Meat Wholesalers Urge Government to Commit to Industry Post-Brexit

NFU Scotland yesterday (07 May) met with the Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers (SAMW) to discuss the need for stability and profitability for the Scottish livestock sector going forward.

08/05/2018

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North East Gears Up for Fifth Annual Stockjudging in Memory of Joe Watson

Farmers in the North East of Scotland are gearing up for the fifth annual charity event in memory of the popular agricultural journalist Joe Watson.

08/05/2018

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Union Welcome for Three-Crop Rule Derogation

NFU Scotland has welcomed the announcement that, due to the exceptionally poor weather last autumn and this spring, farmers will be exempt from complying with the Crop Diversification (three-crop rule) element of Greening requirements this year.

04/05/2018

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Agricultural Interests Brought to the Fore in Westminster Meetings

NFU Scotland President, Andrew McCornick; Director of Policy, Jonnie Hall; and Political Affairs Manager, Clare Slipper attended a day of back-to-back meetings in Westminster on Wednesday 2 May, where they highlighted to parliamentarians and officials the importance of ensuring Scottish agriculture, food and drink has a prosperous future in the Brexit negotiations.

03/05/2018

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Cash Flow Boost from Beef Calf Scheme Payments

NFU Scotland has welcomed the news that payments worth £38 million to Scottish beef producers will arrive in farmers’ bank accounts in the coming weeks, easing cash flow worries.

02/05/2018

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