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Brexit is a Golden Opportunity to Improve Regulations, Say UK Farming Unions

Following the publication of the Great Repeal Bill White Paper yesterday (30 March), the UK’s four farming unions say that Brexit must be seen as an opportunity not just to ensure continuity but to deliver a regulatory framework suited to UK farmers.

31/03/2017

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Views of Argyll and Islands Members Sought About Their Training Needs

The views and opinions of members in Argyll and Islands are being collated by NFU Scotland to improve the provision of training and access to courses.

30/03/2017

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Government Should Delay Complex Digital Tax Plans, UK Farming Unions Say

The UK’s four farming unions are calling on Government to delay the new Making Tax Digital scheme for farm businesses, many of whom will find it almost impossible to access.

29/03/2017

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Brexit Trigger Must Spark Genuine Negotiations on Scotland’s Agricultural Future

NFU Scotland has called for today’s historic triggering of Article 50, which will see the UK leave the European Union, to mark a start to genuine negotiations on the future of farming.

29/03/2017

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Payment Uncertainty Sees Union Call for LFASS Loan

Farmer and crofter frustration with the Scottish Government’s flawed IT system to deliver CAP support has led to calls for the system to be shut down and replaced.

29/03/2017

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President's Blog - 29 March 2017

Another year on and our farmers and crofters are still facing the same challenges from the Scottish Government’s IT system, set up to deliver support writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick

29/03/2017

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Spring into Safety Mode on Farms and Crofts this April

With spring work well underway in Scotland, farmers, crofters and those working across the industry are being urged to take simple steps to keep safe.

28/03/2017

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Westminster Attack Sees NFUS Ministerial Meetings on Brexit Postponed

The attack at Westminster this afternoon (22 March) saw the necessary postponement of a high-level meeting between NFU Scotland and three UK Government Ministers to discuss Scottish agriculture’s Brexit priorities.

23/03/2017

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Union’s Sheep Worrying Action Stepped Up in Midlothian

NFU Scotland has stepped up its fight against sheep worrying in Midlothian, as it took to Vogrie Country Park this week.

22/03/2017

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Shoppers Urged to Buy Scottish Amid ‘Rotten’ Brazilian Meat Claims

Following the news that Brazilian meat processors are selling ‘rotten’ meat, NFU Scotland believes that the integrity of meat being sold in the European and UK market must be protected.

20/03/2017

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