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Women in Agriculture Chair Invited to Present Report Findings to NFU Scotland Board

NFU Scotland has invited the co-chair of Scottish Government’s Women in Agriculture Taskforce, Joyce Campbell to discuss her final report with the Union’s Board of Directors in February 2020.

16/12/2019

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Climate Change Remains Priority for 2020

As Scotland gets set to host the COP26 event next year in Glasgow, NFU Scotland has marked climate change as one of its top priorities for 2020 as it looks to work with farmers, crofters and the government to create and implement workable climate change policies.

16/12/2019

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Roadshows Fine Tune Policy Priorities

A series of fifteen roadshows and a significant number of branch meetings and AGMs in November and December have helped fine tune NFU Scotland’s policy priorities.

16/12/2019

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Future Trading Arrangements Crucial to Farming and Crofting Fortunes

With a new UK Government in place, NFU Scotland is looking beyond the projected EU exit date of 31 January and to what will come next in terms of the UK’s future relationship with the European Union and international trade partners.

16/12/2019

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Union’s Post-Election Plan Already in Place

Following the conclusive result of the UK General Election last week (Thursday 12 December), NFUS has kick-started an extensive programme of engagement with Scotland’s intake of MPs and the new UK Government.

16/12/2019

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President's Blog on Election Results - 13 December 2019

The scale of the election win for the Government brings the reality that, after two years of political stagnation, the UK will leave the European Union writes President Andrew McCornick.

13/12/2019

Blog

Donald Paterson, agronomist at Scottish Agronomy Blog - 12 December 2019

Mixed weather and the loss of important Plant Protection Products (PPPs) have meant for an unpredictable year for Scotland’s arable farmers, writes Donald Paterson, agronomist at Scottish Agronomy

12/12/2019

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Deadline Approaching for Water Abstraction Returns

NFUS is reminding growers that hold a water abstraction licence that they should be in the process of collating and sending their data returns to the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) by 31 December 2019.

11/12/2019

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Don’t Delay! Deadline Approaching for 2019 Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme

Eligible farmers and crofters are reminded to apply to the Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme (SSBSS) before the deadline of 31 December 2019.

11/12/2019

Blog

Vice President's Blog - 9 December 2019

With all the continuing uncertainty facing farmers and crofters right across Scotland, we are very fortunate to have a fantastic organisation we can turn to when things start to get too much writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

09/12/2019

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