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Call for Covid-19 Compliance - 13 January 2021

With Covid-19 cases rising as fast as at any time during this pandemic, farmers and crofters need to be more concerned now about the safety of themselves, their families and their staff than ever before writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

13/01/2021

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Turning challenges into opportunities - 8 January 2021

To my mind there’s no such thing as problems, there’s only challenges that need to be overcome, writes President elect Martin Kennedy as the industry enters 2021.

08/01/2021

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Going down to the wire

Uncertainty and frustration amongst Scotland’s farmers and crofters have never been greater writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

11/12/2020

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No Deal is No Good

Since day one – almost four-and-a-half years ago – NFU Scotland has been crystal clear that we need a deal that secures a long-term economic relationship with the EU that ensures as free and frictionless trade as possible.

10/12/2020

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Driving forward policy progress for the arable sector

This year has been challenging for Scotland’s arable sector due to Brexit, Covid-19 and, less unusually, the weather writes Combinable Crops Committee Chairman Willie Thomson.

25/11/2020

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Employers of Non-UK Agricultural Workers Urged to Attend NFU Scotland and Home Office Seminar

NFU Scotland and the Home Office are holding an exclusive seminar for NFU Scotland members who recruit workers from outside the UK.

23/11/2020

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NextGen focus on Green recovery - 20 November 2020

The roller coaster that has been 2020 continues to give us some unexpected twists and turns and we must make sure that farming’s role in our green recovery isn’t derailed writes Pete Moss, chair of NFU Scotland’s Next Generation Group.

20/11/2020

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Union joins roundtable in calling for Brexit certainty

The UK Farming Roundtable, which includes NFU Scotland, is urging government to deliver Brexit certainty.

13/11/2020

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Farming and tourism: sum greater than the parts

Agriculture and tourism have many synergies that mean the sum of the two is greater than the two parts writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick after speaking at the inaugural Scottish Agritourism Conference today (12 November).

12/11/2020

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Scottish Dairy Hub Agriscot Blog

Farm show and conference disruption is now part of the norm and it looks likely to continue in the short term. Therefore, alternative events like an online Agriscot are welcome as it gives the sector an opportunity to continue the familiar in unfamiliar surroundings.

10/11/2020

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