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Scotch Beef Threat from Mercosur Deal

NFU Scotland has cranked up its opposition to ongoing trade talks between Europe and the South American treading bloc, Mercosur, after an impact assessment revealed the scale of damage the deal could wreak on Scotland’s crucial beef sector.

30/11/2011

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Union Meets with Minister on Crofting Future

NFU Scotland’s Crofting and Highlands & Islands Committee has asked the Scottish Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Stewart Stevenson to ensure that Scotland’s crofts remain economically viable and continue to support crofting communities.

29/11/2011

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Union Seeks Legal Opinion on Sheep EID Rules

NFU Scotland is to seek a legal opinion on implementation of European rules and regulations that require the electronic tagging of sheep and recording their movements.

24/11/2011

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MSPs Hear of Need to Find Right CAP Deal for Scotland

NFU Scotland has informed an influential committee of MSPs at Holyrood of the importance in securing the right deal for Scotland from the forthcoming reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

23/11/2011

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Farmers Urged to Plan for Industrial Action

NFU Scotland is urging its members to plan ahead in view of possible industrial action shutting down meat plants next week.

23/11/2011

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NFUS Vice Presidents Elections Open for Applications

Nominations are now being sought for the two Vice Presidential positions at NFU Scotland.  

22/11/2011

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Livestock Antimicrobials Crucial Says NFUS

NFU Scotland is in Brussels today (Friday 18 November) - EU Antibiotic Awareness Day - to reassert the vital role that prophylactic (preventative) use of antimicrobial medicines play on Scottish farms.

18/11/2011

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New Deal Needed for New Generation

NFU Scotland has called for a ‘new generation’ road map to be put in place that will better assist those who are the future of Scottish agriculture.

16/11/2011

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Union Calls for Action on Cattle Scab Timebomb

NFU Scotland will use a leading Scottish agricultural event to call on the Scottish Government and the Scottish livestock industry to tackle the growing threat posed by cattle psoroptic mange – the bovine equivalent of sheep scab.

15/11/2011

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Recruitment Drive Brings in 101 New Members and Rising

NFU Scotland’s national recruitment day, focussed on Friday, 11 November, saw 101 new members join the Union with this impressive figure still climbing.

14/11/2011

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