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Government Action on Fuel Needed for Rural Economy

NFU Scotland has called on the UK Government to act now to reduce the burden that record fuel prices are imposing on the rural economy.

18/01/2011

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Union Strengthens Policy Team with New Appointments

NFU Scotland has strengthened its policy team with two new appointments.

10/01/2011

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Fears as Price War Makes Milk Cheaper Than Water

NFU Scotland have today (Monday 10 January) insisted that kicking off the New Year with a renewed supermarket price war on milk is sending out all the wrong signals both to Scottish farmers and Scottish consumers.

10/01/2011

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Union Believes DEFRA Vision for Support is Flawed

NFU Scotland believes Defra’s vision for Europe’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), as articulated at a major farming conference in Oxford today, is flawed and would do little to address the current volatility affecting farmers.

05/01/2011

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NFUS Welcomes Pragmatic Inspections Approach as Cold Persists

NFU Scotland has welcomed the reports from its members that the Scottish Government is taking a moderated approach to livestock inspections in light of the ongoing freezing weather.

22/12/2010

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Members to Make Use of Pesticide Disposal Scheme

NFU Scotland is encouraging its members to make use of a biocides and pesticides Disposal Scheme that will operate from January to March next year across the whole of the UK.  

22/12/2010

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Farmers Urged to Screen for BVD

NFU Scotland has urged its members to take advantage of government funding for screening their beef and dairy herds for the serious infectious disease Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD), as the Scottish Government prepares to issue a consultation on how to operate compulsory screening for breeding herds for the virus.

21/12/2010

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Polytunnel Progress Could Put Pounds in Pockets

NFU Scotland is working to resolve a complicated tax issue which has seen many soft fruit growers in Scotland being told by HMRC that their polytunnels should be classed as a fixed structure meaning that expenditure on them would not qualify for plant and machinery allowances.

21/12/2010

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Go With The Flow on Scottish Sheep Scab Order

In response to the introduction of new controls to deal with the increasing incidence of sheep scab in Scotland, NFU Scotland is distributing a simple flow chart for its sheep-keeping members to follow if they suspect an outbreak of the disease.

21/12/2010

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NFUS Enters 2011 on the Front Foot

2010 has been a good year for NFU Scotland with policy successes across the spectrum and the organisation is also hopeful of finishing 2010 with a net membership increase for the fourth consecutive year.

20/12/2010

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