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Spate of Livestock Worrying Incidents in Recent Weeks

As many get out and about over the festive period to enjoy the countryside, NFU Scotland is urging dog owners to keep their pets under control.

22/12/2016

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Agricultural Stakeholders Agree Brexit Priorities

A range of stakeholders from across Scottish agriculture have met to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

21/12/2016

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Union Urges Farmers to Apply for Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme

Farmers are reminded to apply for the Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme ahead of the 31 December deadline.

21/12/2016

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NFUS in Good Financial Shape to Face the Future

NFU Scotland is in good financial shape to face the challenges of Brexit and keeping its farming and crofting members on the front foot.

15/12/2016

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Councils Applauded for Banning Sky Lanterns

Two further Scottish councils have now confirmed a ban on sky lanterns and helium balloons, following calls from NFU Scotland.

15/12/2016

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Strong future for the crofting sector

NFU Scotland’s engagement with the crofting sector continued to expand during 2016, with a strong direction for 2017 thanks to a growing membership.  

15/12/2016

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Union makes vital progress on wildlife management

The last 12 months has seen real progress being made in efforts to allow sensible and proportionate management of wildlife that are having a negative impact on farming and crofting. 

15/12/2016

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Union demands that 2017 brings a step change in CAP payments delivery

NFU Scotland has called on Scottish Government to ensure that 2017 sees a step change in delivery of CAP support to the Scottish sector.

15/12/2016

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Scottish Government’s greening goldplating continues to disadvantage Scottish growers

NFU Scotland is seeking fresh talks with Scottish Government over greening rules that continue to place Scottish growers at a competitive disadvantage compared to those south of the Border.

14/12/2016

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Livestock producers urged to prepare for ScotMoves ahead of 1 January 2017

As the way cattle movements are recorded in Scotland changes from 1 January 2017, cattle producers are encouraged to put in place measures to avoid penalties.

14/12/2016

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