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Union Welcomes Member’s Bill on Livestock Worrying Moving to the Next Stage

NFU Scotland has welcomed tough, new measures to tackle livestock worrying being brought forward by Emma Harper MSP through a member’s bill in Scottish Parliament.

19/05/2020

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Immigration Bill Must Recognise Vital Importance of Non-UK Workers to Scottish Food and Farming

NFU Scotland has called on the UK Government’s landmark immigration legislation to recognise the hugely important role that non-UK workers play in Scotland’s iconic food and farming sectors.

19/05/2020

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NFU Scotland’s Political Engagement Goes Online

With NFU Scotland’s programme of regular regional meetings with local politicians brought to a halt during Covid-19, the Union has turned to an online solution to keep up the political engagement.

13/05/2020

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Scottish Farming has Clear Stake in Passage of UK Agriculture Bill

NFU Scotland has contacted all Scottish MPs ahead of the UK Agriculture Bill being debated in the House of Commons tomorrow (Wednesday 13 May) before it undergoes scrutiny in the House of Lords. NFUS has outlined that debate on the Bill at this crucial time for the nation must recognise the importance of supporting primary producers to provide security of food supply, and for that food to continue to be produced to the highest of standards.

12/05/2020

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Move to E10 Fuel Presents Benefits but Union Calls for Lessons to be Learned from Filter Blocking Issues

NFU Scotland has welcomed the opportunities that switching to E10 petrol on forecourts could bring but consumers must be protected to ensure problems like those encountered in agricultural vehicles last winter are to be avoided.

12/05/2020

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Scotland Takes Another Step Towards BVD Eradication

Scotland’s bid to eradicate Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) from its cattle herd takes another step forward next week (18 May) when all animals identified as being persistently infected (PIs) must be housed separately.

12/05/2020

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Vice President's Blog - 11 May 2020

The outbreak of COVID-19 has been devastating and disruptive writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

11/05/2020

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Farmers Urged to Apply for Wide Vehicle Dispensation Now to Avoid Delays

NFU Scotland is urging farmers and crofters to apply to Police Scotland now for an agricultural dispensation for wide vehicle movements ahead of the busy harvest period later this year.

07/05/2020

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NFU Scotland is reminding growers that they have less than two weeks to use or dispose of existing stocks of chlorothalonil (CTL)

The maximum use-by date for the UK and other EU member states is Wednesday 20 May 2020, after which it will be illegal to store and use CTL.

06/05/2020

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Vice President's Blog - 6 May 2020

The current turmoil and supply chain disruption has brought a quote from the late American President, John F Kennedy into sharp focus and provide pointers for the future writes NFU Scotland Vice President Charlie Adam.

06/05/2020

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