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Union Back in Brussels on Sheep EID Business

NFU Scotland will be back in Brussels tomorrow (Thursday, 29 March) urging Commission officials to speed up the timetable to review sheep EID regulations and adopt a Scottish proposal that would only require sheep to be double tagged electronically when they leave the holding of birth.

28/03/2012

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Charity’s Delight as Dame Vera Backs Land Girls Monument

A small Scottish charity has expressed its surprise and delight on receiving backing from the revered singer, Dame Vera Lynn DBE, as it continues its work to create a monument to recognise the work of the Women’s Land Army.

20/03/2012

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Clever Budget Could Ensure More Land Is Let

NFU Scotland has reiterated to UK Chancellor George Osborne its proposal to encourage more land to be let via a tax incentive scheme.

14/03/2012

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NFUS Welcomes Vital Support Payments

NFU Scotland has welcomed the announcement today (Wednesday 14 March) that lifeline support for those farming in Scotland’s Less Favoured Areas (LFAs) will begin to arrive in bank accounts from tomorrow. 

14/03/2012

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Future Farmer Deadline Approaches

Scottish farmers have less than six weeks to submit entries for the prestigious Future Farmer Award 2012 and have the chance of winning £4,000.

13/03/2012

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Dark Clouds Over Dark Grains

NFU Scotland has written to Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs Richard Lochhead to reiterate membership concerns over the future availability of distillery co-products, such as dark grains, suitable for feeding to livestock. 

12/03/2012

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Paice Picks Up on Scottish CAP Reform Message

Discussions between NFU Scotland and Defra have further underlined that a great deal of common ground exists regarding the priorities to be secured from current Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform negotiations.

07/03/2012

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Presidential Portrait Take Pride of Place

As NFU Scotland moves towards its Centenary celebrations in 2013, a portrait of the Union’s first ever President, William Donald, has been welcomed to the Union Headquarters by current officeholders, President Nigel Miller and Chief Executive Scott Walker.

01/03/2012

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