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Farm Safety Week – Farming, it’s not child’s play

While any accident on a farm can be harrowing, when a child is involved it can have a far greater impact on the family and the whole community.

10/07/2015

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Farming Unions Call for Greater Support for Dairy

UK farming unions have called on greater UK and European assistance for troubled dairy farmers.

09/07/2015

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CEO's Blog - 9 July 2015

Now that the dust has settled after a record-breaking Highland Show, we finally have time to pause and reflect, asking ourselves at NFUS just what did we get out of it?   First and foremost, it is an opportunity to meet with a lot of members.  Lots of you passed through the stand and many met with staff and the President, two vice Presidents, committee chairmen and regional chairmen.   

09/07/2015

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Farm Safety Week - Livestock attack changed farming couple's life forever

Carmen Wood of Sanquhar near Dumfries knows all too well the impact an accident with livestock can have after she suffered serious injury nine years ago.

09/07/2015

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Farm Safety Week - Work smart, ride safe!

A staggering thirty-five percent of those killed on Scottish farms in the last decade have lost their lives as a result of a vehicle overturning or being struck by a moving vehicle. 

08/07/2015

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Union Supports Farm Safety Week to Raise Awareness of Accidents on Farm

The third annual Farm Safety Week launches today (Monday 6 July), with NFU Scotland voicing its support in the hope that farmers and those within the industry will make their safety and the safety of those around them a priority.

06/07/2015

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Ayrshire Farmer Support for Auchincruive Vet Lab Remaining Open

Ayrshire farmers have voiced their support for a vital veterinary facility near Ayr being kept open, boosting the long term health of the region’s livestock.

03/07/2015

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Farmers and Vets Come Together to Fight for Future of Inverness Vet Lab

Farmers and vets have come together to fight the proposed closure of Inverness Veterinary Surveillance centre – a move that would rob livestock farmers across a huge part of Scotland of a vital facility.

02/07/2015

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Consumer Demand Key to Securing Lamb Price Lift

With Scottish farmers receiving their lowest lamb price for five years, NFU Scotland is urging all supermarkets to make the switch to Scotch.

01/07/2015

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Leading Organisations Issue Joint Industry Guidance on Limited Partnerships

Three organisations have responded to calls for them to show leadership on Limited Partnerships.

01/07/2015

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