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Stop Start Spring Frustrating Farmers and Growers

A snapshot of how cereal and fruit growers around Scotland are faring suggests that a drier spell of weather in March allowed some progress with ploughing, sowing, muck-spreading and fertiliser application but cold, wet weather since then has been a set back and most are now resigned to a late spring and what that may mean for their crops.

05/04/2016

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Chips are Down for Scotland’s Farm Dogs

Scotland’s farmers and crofters are being reminded that from tomorrow (6 April 2016) all dogs in Scotland over eight weeks of age, including the faithful farm collie, will need to be microchipped and registered on an approved database.

05/04/2016

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Bringing Rural Issues to the Fore at National Hustings

Rural stakeholders will present Scotland’s main political parties with key questions on how they will prioritise and take forward rural policies after May’s Scottish Parliamentary Elections at a national hustings event later this week.

05/04/2016

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Manifesto Challenges Scotland’s Politicians to Deliver for Farmers and Crofters

NFU Scotland’s Manifesto for Scottish Farming puts farming, food and the well-being of Scotland’s rural economy at the centre of the debate ahead of the forthcoming Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5 May.

04/04/2016

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UK Farming Unions Hold Belfast Summit Meeting

The leaders of the UK farm unions, meeting in Belfast, have agreed to press for more rapid progress to secure an involvement by the European Investment Bank (EIB) in agriculture.

01/04/2016

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