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Commission to Take Forward Neonicotinoid Proposals

The European Commission will take forward its proposals to restrict the use of three neonicotinoid pesticides in the future following a vote today (29 April).

30/04/2013

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Call to Move Scottish Renewable Sector to New Level

NFU Scotland believes the huge progress made by Scotland in generating energy from renewable sources has created a mature sector that is ready to move to the next level.

25/04/2013

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Scots Urged to Address Soaring Cost of Fluke

Scottish livestock farmers are being urged to tackle an alarming increase in liver fluke incidence in the nation’s cattle and sheep.

24/04/2013

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Vital Vaccine Shortfall for Hill Farmers

Scotland’s hill farmers may struggle to control tick-borne disease in their flocks this season after it emerged that supplies of vital vaccine have been disrupted.

24/04/2013

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Union Calls for Assistance for Storm-Stricken Farmers

Scotland’s leading agricultural body, NFU Scotland, has reiterated its call to the Scottish Government for assistance to mitigate the worst effects of 2013’s prolonged and extreme winter weather.

18/04/2013

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Difficult Choice Ahead as Scotland Moves from Historic Single Farm Payment

We must support active farms and target support to maintain production in order to drive the Scottish food and drink industry, said NFU Scotland following a Scottish Government conference today.

17/04/2013

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Beef Support Welcome Relief for Winter-Worn Farmers

Scotland’s leading farming organisation, NFU Scotland has welcomed today’s Scottish Government announcement that support payments for beleaguered beef farmers are imminent.  

16/04/2013

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Union States the Case for Assistance

Scottish farmers have met with Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead in Dumfries and Galloway today (Friday 12 April) to outline the severe challenges being faced by Scottish agriculture following some of the poorest weather in recent times.

12/04/2013

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Producers Urged to Check Returning Sheep for Scab

Scottish sheep farmers are being urged to check stock returning to their farms for the presence of sheep scab.

10/04/2013

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Calls for Supermarkets to Play Fair on Cheese

Scottish dairy farmers are calling on supermarkets to end their resistance to rises in the cheese market or run the risk of dairy processors shifting milk into alternative products.

10/04/2013

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