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Legal and Technical Chairman's Blog - 12 April 2018

Livestock worrying, particularly incidents involving sheep, continues to be a blight on Scottish farming writes Linlithgow farmer Jamie Smart, chair of NFU Scotland’s Legal and Technical committee.

12/04/2018

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Vice President Blog - 30 March 2018

It’s time to take a lead on livestock worrying writes Vice President Martin Kennedy from his lambing shed in Highland Perthshire.

30/03/2018

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Chief Executive's Blog - 14 March 2018

New Zealand is providing valuable pre-Brexit insights into just what it takes to be a major exporting force according to Chief Executive Scott Walker, who writes:

14/03/2018

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President's Blog - 7 March 2018

Responding to the impact of the ‘Beast from the East’, President Andrew McCornick said: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”

07/03/2018

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President's Blog - 20 February

With 13 months until the UK officially leaves the European Union, this week provides a snapshot of the work and dedication NFU Scotland is committing towards securing the very best Brexit deal for Scottish farmers and crofters writes President Andrew McCornick

20/02/2018

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Vice President's Blog - 14 February

Are you suffering from the post-AGM blues asks NFU Scotland Vice President Gary Mitchell?

14/02/2018

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Horticutlure Blog - 05/02/2018

NFU Scotland’s Horticulture Committee Chairman James Porter, who grows soft fruit as part of a mixed farming enterprise at East Scryne, Carnoustie, looks at the need for a Seasonal Workers Scheme for non-EU workers post Brexit.

05/02/2018

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Political Affairs Manager’s Blog – 26 January 2018

There is a phrase often used in Brussels that goes: “If you’re not at the table, then you are on the menu” writes Political Affairs Manager Clare Slipper, following a three-day study trip to the European Union’s power base.

26/01/2018

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Oxford Farming Conference Report

Having attended the Oxford Farming Conference last week, I’ve come home with a lot of information and some very interesting food for thought on the future of our industry writes Jen Craig, joint winner of NFU Scotland’s letter writing competition to win a place at the conference.

09/01/2018

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Oxford Farming Conference Report

After attending this year’s Oxford Farming Conference, my eyes have been opened wide to the world of agriculture and the absolute need to embrace change, as scary as that may seem writes Ben McClymont, joint winner of NFU Scotland’s letter writing competition to win a place at the conference.

09/01/2018

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