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Specialist Growers Seek Plant Protection Help

On behalf of the nation’s growers, NFU Scotland has written to DEFRA urging it to support the industry’s position regarding the availability of specialist plant protection products (PPP).

10/10/2012

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Union Urges Scottish Government to Tackle Eligible Land Uncertainty

NFU Scotland has urged the Scottish Government to proactively devise a new system to determine what land is eligible to receive public support.

10/10/2012

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First Permanent Memorial to Women’s Land Army Gets Royal Seal of Approval

The women who fed the nation and its armed forces during two Worlds Wars were recognised when HRH Prince Charles, The Duke of Rothesay, unveiled the first permanent memorial dedicated to the Women’s Land Army.

09/10/2012

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Vigilance Urged as Schmallenberg Virus Shifts North to put Scotland at Risk

Scottish livestock producers are on high alert after Defra surveillance for Schmallenberg virus (SBV) has revealed its presence in the north of England.

09/10/2012

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Vion Closure Must Move Pig Sector On

Scotland’s pig farmers are calling for a positive reaction from trade and Scottish Government to the phased closure of the country’s largest pig processing site operated by Vion UK at Hall’s of Broxburn.

05/10/2012

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NFUS Bolsters Policy Team

NFU Scotland has bolstered its policy team with the appointment of Gemma Thomson as Legal and Technical Policy Manager.

05/10/2012

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Union Calls for Moratorium on Reintroductions

NFU Scotland is calling for a moratorium on species reintroduction in Scotland.

05/10/2012

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Union Welcomes First Step Towards Farming-Forestry Balance

NFU Scotland has welcomed the Scottish Government’s announcement that it has accepted all 24 recommendations of the Woodland Expansion Advisory Group (WEAG).

04/10/2012

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Union Seeks Flexibility on Spreading and Storage

In light of the extreme rainfall that many parts of Scotland have endured this summer, NFU Scotland has been liasing with Scottish Government and SEPA on the problems being experienced with regards to slurry and manure storage and application.

03/10/2012

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Supermarkets Must Step Up on Scottish Pork

On the day that the consultation period into the possible closure of Scotland’s biggest pig plant ends, NFU Scotland is praising some supermarkets for their increased commitment to Scottish pork and asking others to step up to the mark.

03/10/2012

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