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Caring and Sharing at Ayr's Christmas Show and Sale

Ayr Market’s Christmas Show and Sale will have an added spirit to it this year, as NFU Scotland teams up with a whole host of organisations.

30/11/2016

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Candidates Come Forward to Challenge for Presidential Elections

Six candidates have now confirmed they will stand in NFU Scotland’s Presidential elections in February – three for the President post, and three for the two Vice President posts.

30/11/2016

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Support Your Farmers and Crofters by Having a Scottish Christmas

NFU Scotland will be talking to shoppers in the coming weeks to encourage them to make their festivities Scottish and help support the nation’s farmers and crofters.

29/11/2016

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Argyll Farmers and Crofters Urged to take Measures to Protect their Property

Argyll’s farmers and crofters will have the opportunity to obtain advice on farm security and fire safety at Oban’s Christmas calf sale next month.

25/11/2016

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Robust Management of Beaver Population Essential

Following the long-awaited announcement from Scottish Government about beavers receiving protected status, NFU Scotland insists that proper management of the species is fundamental in order to avoid unacceptable impact on agriculture.

24/11/2016

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Dairy Directions Event to Hear From Influential Speakers

Scotland’s dairy farmers are being encouraged to go along to a meeting, aimed at raising awareness of the current and future situations of dairy markets and learn how to capture a fair share of the rewards.

23/11/2016

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Fleckviech Win for NFU Scotland's Livestock Committee

NFU Scotland’s lobbying efforts to allow dual purpose breeds, such as fleckvieh, to be eligible for the Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme, have come to fruition.

23/11/2016

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Scottish Milk Processors Urged to Commit to Price Increases

With several milk processors across the UK committing to an increase in the price they pay to producers, including one which has committed to an increase to 30 pence per litre (ppl), NFU Scotland is calling for others to follow suit north of the border.

18/11/2016

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Supermarkets, Nutrition, ScotMoves and Animal Health on the Agenda at North East Meeting

Places are filling up fast for NFU Scotland’s livestock panel night, to be held at Lochter Activity Centre, Oldmeldrum, next week (Wednesday 23 November at 7pm).

18/11/2016

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Livestock Chair Heads to Shetland for Branch AGM

NFU Scotland’s Livestock Committee Chairman, Charlie Adam, is to lead the debate at Shetland Branch AGM on 24 November.

17/11/2016

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