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Union Issues Further Guidance on Sheep EID Compliance

NFU Scotland is reminding all sheep producers of some simple steps that they can take to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations around sheep movements and identification, including electronic ear tags.

26/10/2011

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Union Seeks Reassurances on Agri Education Revamp

NFU Scotland has sought reassurances that improved education provision rather than budgetary concerns are the driver behind the major changes planned for Scotland’s land-based learning system.

26/10/2011

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Fertiliser Giant Prospers at Expense of Farmers

While fertiliser giant Yara celebrated near doubling income today (Friday 21 October), NFU Scotland was once again questioning the fairness of a global fertiliser manufacturing industry that is dominated by just a handful of suppliers.

21/10/2011

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NFUS Welcomes Pragmatic Approach to Spreading Regs

NFU Scotland has welcomed the announcement by SEPA today (Friday 21 October) that, for the foreseeable future, they will take a pragmatic approach to regulating the spreading of slurry and manure on waterlogged ground outwith Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs).

21/10/2011

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Global Opportunities Await Scotland’s Dairy Farmers

NFU Scotland representatives at the World Dairy Summit have returned with their belief in the potential of Scotland’s dairy industry reinforced.

20/10/2011

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HSE Cost Recovery Proposals Unfair, Says NFUS

NFUS has described the Health & Safety Executive’s (HSE) proposals to pass on costs – in some circumstances – to the UK’s farmers as unfair.

19/10/2011

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Government Ignores Adjudicator Recommendations

NFU Scotland has branded the UK Government’s response to the Business, Innovation, and Skills Committee report on the Draft Groceries Code Adjudicator Bill, as published over the weekend, as extremely disappointing.

17/10/2011

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NFUS President Meets Commission Head of Welfare

NFU Scotland President, Nigel Miller, and Alyn Smith MEP met with the Head of the Commission’s Animal Welfare Unit, Mr Andrea Gavinelli in Brussels today (Friday 14 October) to tackle upcoming animal welfare issues.

14/10/2011

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Starting Gun Fired on CAP Reform Process

After weeks of leaks and months of speculation, Europe has finally published its formal proposals to reform the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).  

12/10/2011

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