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The Future for Agri-Renewables in the North East

The future of agri-renewables in the North East will be on the agenda when NFU Scotland hosts its first North East Renewables event of 2022 in the Glen Garioch room, Thainstone on Thursday, 3 March from 7pm until 9.30pm.

24/02/2022

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The Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) Spring Show Returns Next Week

The Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) spring show returns to Thainstone on Wednesday 2 March from 8am - 5pm, and NFU Scotland members alongside their family and friends are invited to come along to The Union’s stand to discuss the importance of looking after our mental and physical health.

23/02/2022

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Supply chain looking to ‘get out of jail free’ on carbon

Other parts of the supply chain are increasingly looking to Scotland’s farmers and crofters to provide them with a ‘get out of jail free’ card on tackling emissions and we must make a stand writes NFU Scotland President Martin Kennedy.

23/02/2022

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Solving labour crisis crucial to fortunes of Scottish horticulture

Labour is a major talking point for business leaders now and is an essential resource for a successful agricultural industry in Scotland said Iain Brown, chair of NFU Scotland’s Horticulture Working Group in his address to the NFU Scotland conference last week.

15/02/2022

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NFU Scotland President Shares Members’ Frustration at Slow Progress

NFU Scotland President, Martin Kennedy has expressed his frustration in the slow progress being made by Scottish Government’s Agricultural Reform Implementation Oversight Board (ARIOB) and decision makers to provide details relating to Scotland’s Future Agriculture Policy.

11/02/2022

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Cabinet Secretary Mairi Gougeon’s address to NFU Scotland Conference

Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Islands Mairi Gougeon MSP addressed NFU Scotland’s conference on February 11 2022. A copy of the address is below:

11/02/2022

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NFU Scotland President Tells Policy Makers to Get Their Heads Out of the Sand

NFU Scotland President says collaboration on key issues will ensure Scottish agriculture rides the post-pandemic storm to boost the economy, sustain rural communities and deliver food security.

10/02/2022

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NFU Scotland President – annual conference speech (in full)

Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen, and welcome to our 2022 annual AGM and conference.

10/02/2022

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Keith and Turriff and Dingwall and Thurso Offices Joint Winners of Union Recruitment Honour

The Membership Flame – an NFU Scotland award that recognises outstanding efforts in recruitment and retention of members - has gone to the hard-working Keith & Turriff and Dingwall & Thurso teams of Richard Thompson and Rosslyn Reid and Graham Laing and Jonathan Hogg, respectively.

10/02/2022

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Something for Everyone in Action Packed Online AGM and Conference Programme

NFU Scotland’s online AGM and conference, taking place on 10 and 11 February, has an action-packed programme that promises something for everyone. More than 200 delegates have already signed up on line to attend some or all the sessions.

04/02/2022

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