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Unseasonably Wet Summer Causing Stop Start Harvest

The fifth wettest summer since records began has brought with it mixture of fortunes for Scotland’s arable farmers, some of whom are worried they won’t be able to finish up before the end of the season while others are reporting some of their best yields in years.

13/09/2017

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Union Warmly Welcomes Non-Domestic Rates Announcement

NFU Scotland has warmly welcomed an announcement from Scottish Government that ruled out including agricultural property and agricultural land on the valuation roll.

12/09/2017

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Announcement on Loan Scheme Provides Clarity and Stability to Farmers and Crofters

Today’s announcement from Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity Fergus Ewing on a loan scheme and timetable for support payments draws a line under uncertainty and provides clarity to farmers and crofters.

12/09/2017

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Agricultural Vehicle Access to New Queensferry Crossing Confirmed

NFU Scotland has received confirmation that agricultural vehicles have access to the new Queensferry Crossing.

12/09/2017

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Momentum Builds as Food and Drink Celebration Heads in to Second Week

NFU Scotland has been getting behind Scotland Food and Drink’s annual campaign to convert as many people as possible to buy fresh, local products.

07/09/2017

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President Finds That Island Transport is Rarely Smooth Sailing

On his recent trip to Orkney, Andrew McCornick received an insight into just how reliant the farming community is on the, at times, unpredictable island transport.

07/09/2017

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Union Outlines Compulsory Purchase Concerns in Forestry and Land Management Bill

NFU Scotland believes that provisions for compulsory purchase in the Forestry and Land Management Bill run the risk of undermining relationships between the farming and forestry sectors.

06/09/2017

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Wet Weather Prompts Calls for Ewe Hogg Scheme Application Extension

The fifth wettest summer on record has left Scotland’s hill farmers struggling to complete routine tasks such as gathering and clipping sheep, weaning lambs and making hay or silage.

06/09/2017

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Vice President Blog

Over the past week, Scottish and UK Governments have been trying to convince us that support payments will be guaranteed after Brexit writes Vice President Gary Mitchell.

05/09/2017

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#LOVELAMBWEEK is Back!

The week long online promotion coincides with Quality Meat Scotland’s Wham Bam Thank You Lamb campaign this year.

01/09/2017

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