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Scotland’s Dairy Sector to Focus on Supply Chains and Contracts as it Resets, Restarts and Recovers

As Scotland slowly eases its lockdown restrictions, Scotland’s dairy farmers are looking to build stronger supply chains and discuss milk contracts as they reset, recover and restart from the impacts of Covid-19.

12/06/2020

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Cereal and Potato Crop Updates Highlight Water Scarcity Remains a Concern

Feedback from Scotland’s arable and potato growers on the status of 2020 crops show that water scarcity remains the major issue for most.

12/06/2020

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Scotland’s Livestock Industry Must Move to Healthier Footing as it Resets, Restarts and Recovers

As Scotland slowly eases its lockdown restrictions, Scotland’s beef and lamb producers are looking to move to a heathier footing as we reset, recover and restart from the impacts of Covid-19.

09/06/2020

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Lockdown proves rewarding for Christine Cuthbertson, Ayrshire Regional Manager, and her Llama.

When Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were imposed in March and agricultural shows across the country were cancelled, many of us turned our hand to developing new skills or doing jobs about the house/farm/croft that had been needing done but weren’t top of our lists.

08/06/2020

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Vice President's Blog - 4 June 2020

There is a version of the cynical line, often attributed to Groucho Marx, which goes ‘Fairness and honesty are the key to success – once you can fake that, you’ve got it made’.

04/06/2020

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Scotland’s Pig Industry Builds on Strong Base to Reset, Restart and Recover from Covid-19

As Scotland slowly eases its lockdown restrictions, Scotland’s pig producers have mapped out their priorities on how to reset, restart and recover.

03/06/2020

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Farmers Reminded that Handheld Mobile Phone Use in Farm Vehicles Risks Penalty Points and Fines

Social media comments and press reports of farmers seen using mobile phones while driving tractors has prompted NFU Scotland to remind its members of the rules and the increased penalties in place since March 2017.

03/06/2020

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Dairy Hub Celebrates Six Years of Supporting The Scottish Dairy Sector

The Scottish Dairy Hub is celebrating six years of supporting Scottish dairy farmers and the nation’s dairy sector.

02/06/2020

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Vice President's Blog - 2 June 2020

As we begin to see restrictions on how we go about our daily life start to ease, let’s use the opportunities that may present urges NFU Scotland Vice President Martin Kennedy.

02/06/2020

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Scotland’s Specialist Growers Prepare to Reset, Restart and Recover from Stormy Times

As Scotland progresses through the first phase in easing lockdown restrictions, Scotland’s horticulture and specialist crops sectors are preparing to reset, restart and recover from very stormy times.

01/06/2020

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