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Targeting Key to CAP Success in Scotland

NFU Scotland is adamant that the precious funding available through Scotland’s future Pillar 1 regime must be focussed on activity driven support.  

31/03/2014

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Scottish Farmers Fooled by Banking Scam

NFU Scotland is urging its members to be alert to a banking scam after it learned that a small number of Scottish farmers have been defrauded of substantial sums of money.

28/03/2014

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Reminder to Dog Owners on Sheep Worrying as Easter Approaches

With the better weather coming in and more people getting out and about in the countryside NFU Scotland is urging dog owners and dog walkers to keep their pets under control around livestock.

27/03/2014

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Call to Those Who Rent Out Land to Engage in Survey

NFU Scotland is urging all land owners who rent or lease out land on any basis to engage in the Scottish Government’s survey of the sector, which commences this week.

26/03/2014

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Impacts of CAP Reform on Typical Family Farm on Orkney Analysed

The potential damages which could be seen by Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) Reforms on productive livestock farms in the Orkney region have been highlighted by NFU Scotland.

21/03/2014

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Union To Meet With MPs To Discuss Land Ownership Interim Report

As part of routine meetings, NFU Scotland will be meeting with a number of Scottish MPs next week when the findings of the Scottish Affairs Committee’s interim report on land ownership will be raised.

21/03/2014

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Meetings Across Country To Discuss Agricultural Holdings Start

NFU Scotland has gone on the road to gather evidence through a number of meetings for tenant, owner-occupier and landlord members on the Agricultural Holdings Review.

19/03/2014

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Huge Success for NFU Scotland Big Debate

Hundreds of people packed out the United Auctions Mart in Stirling for NFU Scotland’s Big Debate on Monday evening (17 March).

18/03/2014

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Tariffs Not Fit For Purpose

Anaerobic digestion’s potential as a renewable energy option for Scottish farm businesses will suffer unless Westminster reinstates the feed in tariff (FiT) rates available for those considering installation.

12/03/2014

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Way Forward For Geese Management Charted at National Conference

NFU Scotland welcomed more than 40 people from various areas of Scotland to a national conference which focussed on producing a long-term management plan for wild geese.

11/03/2014

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