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A New Year and a New Era for the Crop Sector

The ability to vary from EU regulations presents a New Year and a new era for Scotland’s crop sector according to NFU Scotland.

21/12/2020

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Climate Change Ambition Awaits Action and Tools to Drive Scottish Agriculture Forward

Scotland’s farmers and crofters are keen to play their important role in delivering the ambitious climate change plans set by Scottish Government but are calling for the policy tools to help them transform.

21/12/2020

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Union Responds to Scottish Government’s Climate Change Vision

NFU Scotland has responded positively to many of the elements included in the Scottish Government’s updated Climate Change Plan 2018-2032 published today (16 December 2020).

16/12/2020

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Deadline Approach for Suckler Beef Calf Support

Eligible farmers and crofters are reminded to apply to the Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme (SSBSS) before the deadline of 31 December 2020.

15/12/2020

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Farmers and crofters reminded to complete agricultural survey and sheep & goat inventory

Farmers and crofters in Scotland are being reminded to complete their December agricultural survey form, including the annual sheep & goat inventory where applicable. The deadline is 18 December.

14/12/2020

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Ayrshire Partnership Against Rural Crime - Working together to combat fly tipping

The Ayrshire Partnership Against Rural Crime (APARC) has brought together several key stakeholders - Police Scotland Ayrshire Division, East Ayrshire Council and South Ayrshire Council - to build solutions to tackle this major problem.

14/12/2020

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Union Calls on Scottish Budget to Support Farmers and Crofters in Delivering Green Recovery

NFU Scotland has written to the Scottish Government urging it to ensure that the role of farmers and crofters delivering the nation’s green recovery is written into Scottish Government’s spending plans for 2021-22, due to be unveiled in January.

04/12/2020

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Scottish Poultry Keepers Urged to Prepare for New Housing Measures

NFU Scotland is urging all poultry keepers - large or small - to put in place appropriate measures to house their birds following the Scottish Government announcement that new housing rules will be in place across Great Britain from 14 December.

04/12/2020

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New Immigration Routes to Form Part of Points-Based System

A number of new immigration routes that will form part of the UK Government’s new points-based system were unveiled when UK Home Office’s Minister for Future Borders and Immigration, Kevin Foster MP, joined a successful NFU Scotland and Home Office webinar on the post-Brexit immigration system yesterday (Tuesday 1 December).

02/12/2020

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Union Calls for Clear Commitment from Chancellor in Spending Round Announcement

NFU Scotland is looking to Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak to show a clear commitment to supporting Scottish agriculture when he makes his spending review announcement tomorrow.

24/11/2020

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