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Fertiliser Price Hikes #NFUSHowDoYouPlan

As you know, the cost of fertiliser has gone up a lot. It is difficult to believe that just 12 months ago nitrogen fertiliser cost around £200 /t. You have told us prices are over £600 /t now, and it is not just nitrogen: phosphate and potash prices have also increased a lot.

28/01/2022

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Silage Wrap Taxation Breakthrough

NFU Scotland has warmly welcomed confirmation from the UK Treasury that the plastic film used by many farmers and crofters to produce silage bales will continue to be exempt from the Plastic Packaging Tax.

27/01/2022

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Vigilance Around Avian Influenza Must be Sustained

Union calls on all smallholders and keepers of backyard flocks to sign up to the Poultry Register

21/01/2022

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Tiree’s Susan Lamont Takes Prestigious Argyll & The Islands Stalwart Award

Tiree’s Susan Lamont is this year’s recipient of the Stalwart award, presented annually by NFU Scotland’s Argyll & the Islands region.

21/01/2022

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Union Welcomes Less Favoured Areas Support Payment Run Announcement

Reinstatement of scheme funding and its continuation to 2024 a major win for NFUS lobbying

20/01/2022

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NFU Scotland Regional Team Adds New Recruit

James Buchanan joined NFU Scotland this week, taking on the newly created role of National Operations Manager.

17/01/2022

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Union Calls for Horticulture and Potato Growers to Complete Seasonal Workers Pilot Scheme Survey

NFU Scotland are calling on all horticulture and potato growers that use the Seasonal Workers Pilot Scheme (SWP) to complete a short survey to provide evidence to support Union lobbying.

14/01/2022

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NFU Scotland Welcomes Two New Faces to the Finance and Sales and Marketing Teams

Union adds new Accounts Assistant and Customer Service Advisor to the growing team

12/01/2022

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Police Scotland, NFU Scotland and Rural Organisations Combine Forces to Highlight New Legislation to Protect Livestock from Dog Attacks

A campaign to protect Scotland’s livestock has been launched following new legislation which protects animals from dog attacks through a range of measures including updating the livestock definition, fines up to £40,000 and prison sentences for owners who let their pets worry, kill or injure farmed animals.

11/01/2022

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NFU Scotland Expands Policy Team

Lisa Hislop joined NFU Scotland this week, taking on the newly created role of Policy Assistant.

11/01/2022

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