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Keeping Orkney’s Farming Community Hale and Hearty

NFU Scotland’s Orkney Region and NHS Orkney are keeping the farming community hale and hearty.

11/11/2019

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Director of Regions Blog - 7 November 2019

Health and wellbeing are at the heart of any farming community according to NFU Scotland Director of Regions Teresa Dougall

07/11/2019

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Popular Dairy Seminar Returns to This Year’s AgriScot

For the third year running, the Scottish Dairy Hub and Kite Consultancy are running their seminar and popular question and answer events at Agriscot, held at Ingliston, on Wednesday 20 November.

06/11/2019

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Vice President's Blog - 5 November 2019

Food security should be something that’s in everyone’s mind writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

05/11/2019

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Union Hits Back at Proposed Payment Allocation

Today (Thursday 31 October), the Scottish Government announced its proposal to divide the £160 million award from UK Government into two instalments and use the pot to fill funding gaps in the Less Favoured Areas.

31/10/2019

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Muller Review Sees Notice Served on Aberdeenshire Farmers and New Haulage Charges for Others

A review of its operations in Scotland has seen major milk processor Muller exercising its rights and serving 12-month notice on 14 producers in Aberdeenshire.

31/10/2019

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Pigs Committee Chairman's Blog - 31 October 2019

As the political landscape around Brexit continues to shift, with another extension and a General Election being announced, Pigs Committee Chair Jamie Wyllie looks at the importance of still preparing for the eventual Brexit D-Day – whenever that actually is.

31/10/2019

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NFU Scotland Calls for Alternate Method of Sheep Ageing

In response to a consultation on sheep ageing protocols by the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) NFU Scotland was clear that a cut-off date of 30 June after which sheep born in the previous year would be regarded as over 12 months old should be adopted across Great Britain (GB), moving away from burdensome and costly method of mouthing sheep for the purposes of TSE (Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies) control.

30/10/2019

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Transport System Must Deliver for Island, Rural and Semi-Rural Scotland

NFU Scotland has called on Scotland’s transport system to deliver reliable and cost-effective transportation between island, rural and semi-rural locations in order to underpin the agricultural and crofting businesses and communities at the heart of these areas. NFU Scotland made the call after responding to a Transport Scotland consultation into the nation’s future transport strategy.

29/10/2019

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Union Strengthens Policy Team with Two New Recruits

Zoe Meldrum and Ruth Taylor have joined NFU Scotland as Rural Business Policy Advisor and Climate Change Policy Manager respectively.

29/10/2019

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