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CAP at Core of Meeting Food and Climate Challenges

NFU Scotland has welcomed a report from Scottish MEP George Lyon that has placed European agriculture and the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) at the core of how Europe should meet the emerging challenges posed by food security and climate change.

31/03/2010

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Scotland’s Sheep Farmers Battling the Weather

Scotland’s sheep farmers are battling through the worst winter in living memory to give the latest crop of newborn spring lambs as good a start in life as possible.

31/03/2010

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Animal Health Budget Delay is Bad News for Farmers

NFU Scotland believes the failure to reach an agreement that would see Scotland’s animal health budgets devolved from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in April of this year is a bad deal for Scottish farmers.

25/03/2010

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NFUS Puts GM Feed and Animal Transport on EU Radar

NFU Scotland has written to the new EU Health and Consumer Commissioner, John Dalli, following his recent decision to authorise cultivation of a new GM potato, requesting that he apply the same rational thinking to GM tolerance thresholds, GM authorisations and animal transport laws.

25/03/2010

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North East Farmers Reminded ‘Don’t Get Caught Out by Slurry Rules’

NFU Scotland is reminding all its members not to get caught out by the 31 March deadline for re-registering temporary storage requirement exemptions.

23/03/2010

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East Central Farmers Reminded ‘Don’t Get Caught Out by Slurry Rules’

NFU Scotland is reminding all its members not to get caught out by the 31 March deadline for re-registering temporary storage requirement exemptions.

23/03/2010

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Budget: Small Concessions Could Make Big Difference to Farmers

NFU Scotland has written to Chancellor Alastair Darling ahead of tomorrow’s Budget to bring to his attention a number of small concessions which could make a big difference to Scottish farmers.

23/03/2010

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Growing Geese Numbers Needs Management Rethink

NFU Scotland has called for goose management policy in Scotland to be revived to reflect the significant levels of damage being done to agricultural and crofting land not currently covered by the existing goose management schemes.

23/03/2010

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Union on Bute to Meet Concerned Dairy Producers

An NFU Scotland delegation was on the Isle of Bute today (Monday, 22 March) meeting with the island’s dairy farmers in reaction to the bombshell announcement that the local creamery is likely to close.

22/03/2010

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Dumfries and Galloway Farmers Reminded ‘Don’t get caught out by slurry rules’

NFU Scotland is reminding all its members in Dumfries and Galloway not to get caught out by the 31 March deadline for re-registering temporary storage requirement exemptions.

22/03/2010

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