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Farm Income Figures Underline 2012 Difficulties

The publication of Scotland’s farm income estimates have underlined how difficult and costly 2012 has been for the majority of Scottish farm businesses.

31/01/2013

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Supermarkets Respond to Union’s Traceability Challenge on Imported Pork

All major supermarkets have responded positively to the traceability challenge set by NFU Scotland last week on imported pork.

30/01/2013

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Politics Centre Stage at NFUS Centenary AGM

Leading Scottish and UK politicians will take centre stage when NFU Scotland holds its Centenary AGM at St Andrews on 11 and 12 February.

30/01/2013

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Rural Priorities Reminder for New Entrants

New entrants to Scottish farming are being reminded that they have less than one month left if they wish to apply to the Rural Priorities scheme for business support.

29/01/2013

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Supermarkets are Set Traceability Challenge on Imported Pork

NFU Scotland has set major supermarkets a traceability challenge to reassure consumers and the industry that no illegally produced imported pork is appearing on their shelves.

23/01/2013

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Borders Shoppers Get a Taste of Scotch Lamb

Shoppers out and about in Galashiels this Saturday (26 January) are to be tempted with fresh, tasty Scotch Lamb.

23/01/2013

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NFUS Welcomes Choice of Tacon as Groceries Referee

Scotland’s farming union has welcomed the appointment of Christine Tacon CBE as the inaugural, independent Groceries Code Adjudicator.

21/01/2013

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Union Calls for Group to Focus on Land Management

NFU Scotland will support the Land Reform Review Group (LRRG) in its work to encourage constructive and positive land management and opportunities for local communities.

11/01/2013

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NFUS Strongly Opposes Scotgov Nitrate Proposals

Scotland’s premier farming lobby, NFU Scotland, has raised serious concerns about the Scottish Government’s intended changes to its Nitrates Action Programme, insisting that any environmental gain would be minimal compared to the extent to which it would hamper farming operations on much of Scotland’s most productive farmland.

09/01/2013

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Retailer Commitment Vital to Turn Lamb Season Round

Greater retailer commitment to Scottish lamb would drive a much-needed improvement in the fortunes of Scotland’s sheep farmers, according to NFU Scotland.

08/01/2013

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