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Securing farming and crofting’s historic role as guardians of Scotland’s countryside

Farming and crofting’s historic role as guardians of Scotland’s countryside needs an incentivised, upskilled and trained industry with the tools that can deliver for the benefit of our industry, our rural communities and society at large according to Vice President Alasdair Macnab.

21/06/2024

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CEO celebrates year in office and brings forward business plan for NFU Scotland

As he approaches his first full year in the role of CEO, John Davidson thanks all members for the support given during this time and updates them on important work to shape the organisation over the coming years.

05/06/2024

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Rethink the risk when it comes to health and safety on farms and crofts

Each and every farmer and crofter in Scotland needs to rethink the risk when it comes to safety on our farms and crofts writes NFU Scotland Vice President Andrew Connon.

28/05/2024

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Challenge of calf scheme conditionality vs protecting the budget

Coming to terms with calf scheme conditionality is a challenge but it is a hard-won £40 million funding pot we must protect writes Livestock Committee Chair Hugh Fraser.

15/05/2024

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Take the opportunity to influence power line plans

Members are urged to make the most of the final opportunity to influence the design and siting of new 400KV power lines across Scotland according to Alasdair Macnab, Vice President NFU Scotland.

03/05/2024

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New border control checks must deliver for plant and animal health

New border control checks must deliver for animal and plant health and food security but already cracks are appearing writes NFU Scotland Vice President Andrew Connon.

01/05/2024

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NFU Scotland comment on Climate Change Target changes

Changes to Scotland’s Climate Change Targets must drive the focus to 'how' and not 'when'.

19/04/2024

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Response from UK farming unions and AHDB to Greener Farms Commitment announcement

In a joint response to the news that Red Tractor has ceased plans for the Greener Farms Commitment, the four UK Farming Unions - NFU, NFU Scotland, NFU Cymru, and the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) - together with the Agricultura and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), issued the following statement on Friday 22 March 2024.

25/03/2024

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NFU Scotland celebrates Scottish Apprenticeship week

It’s Scottish Apprenticeship Week, a national celebration of apprenticeships and work-based learning.

05/03/2024

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Joint UK Farming Unions and AHDB statement on Red Tractor

The UK farming unions and AHDB agreed on the following advisory statement after they received the final investigatory report from consultants Campbell Tickell, which reviewed the governance of Red Tractor.

05/03/2024

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