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NFUS Back in Brussels on CAP Reform Business

NFU Scotland’s top team is back in Brussels this week as discussions on reform of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) continue to gather momentum.

21/09/2011

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Asulam Appeal Loss a Blow to Scottish Hill Farmers

The key product used by Scottish hill farmers in the battle to control the invasive spread of bracken on hill ground has lost an appeal in Europe today (20 September) and will therefore lose its required approval for use.

20/09/2011

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Union Calls for Animal Health and Welfare Budget Fix

NFU Scotland is calling on the Scottish Government to preserve the nation's growing reputation for animal health and welfare (AHW) by ensuring existing and future initiatives remain appropriately funded.

19/09/2011

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Tread Carefully to Stay Within Rural Priorities Rules

A number of farmers in Rural Priorities schemes may be facing substantial financial losses as the result of simple administrative errors or poorly provided Scottish Government guidance.

14/09/2011

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Balance Needed in Food Versus Energy Debate

Scottish industry representatives have called on the Scottish Government to ensure a balanced approach is taken to policies promoting bio-energy and emission reduction, to ensure they do not impact on other priorities such as food production.

14/09/2011

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Farm Apprenticeships to Bridge Generation Gap

Modern farm apprenticeships will have a crucial role in producing the next generation of skilled workers required by the Scottish farming industry if one farming company’s experience were to be widely adopted.

07/09/2011

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Union Throws Down Challenge on Milk to UK Industry

NFU Scotland has used the UK’s largest dairy event to challenge the nation’s dairy sector to adopt a strategy for growth and development and capture a share of burgeoning and profitable global dairy markets.

06/09/2011

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Scottish Eggs at Risk from Illegal Imports

On the day that the UK Parliament has warned that the EU Commission is ‘sleepwalking into a potential commercial disaster over animal welfare regulations’, NFU Scotland has reiterated its call to the Commission to announce its plans for dealing with EU Member States who are not ready to comply with new regulations on the welfare of egg-laying hens.

02/09/2011

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Tenanted Sector Key to Future of Scottish Farming

A vibrant tenanted sector in Scotland is key if our farming industry is to attract new lifeblood into the sector according to NFU Scotland President, Nigel Miller.

02/09/2011

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Argyll Abattoirs and Forestry – A Lively Debate

Argyll’s abattoirs and the farming and forestry interface were the hot topics for attendees at a joint meeting of the NFU Scotland Argyll & the Islands Regional Board and the Argyll & the Isles Agricultural Forum.

31/08/2011

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