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Scottish Farmers Talk CAP with Commissioner

Europe’s Agricultural Commissioner has reassured Scottish farmers that a degree of flexibility is being built into his planned reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that will ensure Scotland fulfils its potential for farming and food production.

20/09/2012

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Fresh Thinking for New Entrants Says NFUS

NFU Scotland has called for Scottish agriculture to adopt fresh thinking to help support the necessary progression of new entrants into the farming sector.

12/09/2012

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Bovine EID Must Avoid Sheep Pitfalls

A voluntary approach to the introduction of cattle electronic identification (EID) has been backed by MEPs when they voted on amendments to the Commission’s proposal for bovine EID today (Tuesday, 11 September).

11/09/2012

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Scotland Tackling Sheep Scab Threat

Scotland’s sheep producers are tackling the huge threat posed by sheep scab and are improving the health of the nation’s flock.

05/09/2012

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Historic Agreement on Voluntary Code

NFU Scotland, NFU and Dairy UK have reached agreement on a voluntary code of best practice on contractual relationships between milk buyers and dairy farmers.

03/09/2012

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Scottish Secretary Sees Weather Impact

Scottish Secretary of State Michael Moore has been viewing the worrying impact that weather – both at home and abroad – is having on Scottish agriculture.

31/08/2012

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Food Production Paramount for ‘Squeezed Middle’

While the bulk of Scotland’s productive land is open to an increasing list of land use demands, NFU Scotland believes that its capability to produce food should be paramount.

30/08/2012

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EU Greening Counterproductive Warn Farmers

A significant number of farms in Scotland’s Highlands would suffer a negative economic and environmental impact if the EU Commission’s ‘greening’ proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) were implemented in their current form.

30/08/2012

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Prompt SFP Sought to Ease Farm Cashflow Woes

NFU Scotland has sought reassurances from the Scottish Government that 2012/13 Single Farm Payments will begin at the earliest opportunity.

29/08/2012

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Union Surveys Members on Banks and Credit

NFU Scotland has reissued its survey to members regarding their current relationship with their banking providers and the costs they face in obtaining or maintaining credit and overdraft facilities.

22/08/2012

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