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Union Council Tackles 'Big Three' Issues

NFU Scotland has used its annual Council meeting, held this year at Battleby, near Perth, to debate the major strategic issues that the Scottish farming industry will face in the coming weeks, months and years.

30/10/2013

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Union Seeks Clarification on LFASS re-basing to allow Scheme Anomolies to be Addressed

NFU Scotland has written to the European Commission, seeking clarification that the nation’s Less Favoured Areas Support Scheme (LFASS) can be re-based.

29/10/2013

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Crofters Urged to Respond to Law Sump

NFU Scotland is urging any of its crofting members with concerns over existing legislation to respond to the review of crofting law, also known as ‘the Sump’.

29/10/2013

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Cap and Tenancy Review on the Agenda at Union’s Annual Council

NFU Scotland will tackle two of the biggest issues facing Scottish agriculture at its annual council meeting, taking place near Perth next week (Wednesday 30 October).

25/10/2013

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Payments Made Under New Entrants Scheme

NFU Scotland has welcomed the announcement that many new entrants to the sector are to receive a boost to cashflows this autumn and next spring as awards under the Scottish Government’s £2 million New Entrants Scheme commence.

23/10/2013

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Union’s Centenary Trust Awards Approach £100,000

Projects in Aberdeenshire, the Highlands, Forth and Clyde, Dumfries and Galloway and the Borders all get funding boost.

23/10/2013

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Renewables Initative Holds First On-Farm Demo Day

NFU Scotland’s newly established Renewable Development Initiative is inviting farmers to come on site and see the technology in action for themselves.

23/10/2013

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Sheep EID Focus Now on Regulation Review

NFU Scotland has voiced disappointment that a legal challenge lodged by German shepherds regarding Europe’s unpopular sheep identification rules has been unsuccessful.

22/10/2013

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Dispose of Garden Clippings Safely this Autumn

NFU Scotland is urging the general public to take care with their garden clippings this autumn after the accidental poisoning of cattle on an Ayrshire farm.

21/10/2013

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Islay Branch Meet EU Officials on Goose Threat

A delegation of farmers from the island of Islay, accompanied by NFU Scotland Vice President Rob Livesey and George Lyon MEP, met with senior Brussels officials today (Tuesday, 15 October) to discuss the growing threat that the Barnacle goose population poses to the viability of agriculture on the island.

15/10/2013

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