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Westminster Committee Report Highlights Damaging Impact of UK/EU Trade Friction Post-Brexit

NFU Scotland has welcomed the findings of a Westminster committee report into exports from the UK to the EU and calls on Government to respond to the recommendations in the report with urgency.

29/04/2021

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Union Says Fuel Filter Blocking Must be Addressed Once and For All

NFU Scotland has said more must be done to urgently address fuel filter blocking as issues begin to emerge again across the UK.

28/04/2021

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Scotland’s Arable Farmers Complete Spring Sowing

Scotland’s arable sector has successfully concluded spring sowing.

28/04/2021

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Pitlochry Farmer Wins Video Competition

Farmer Patrick Barbour, from Highland Perthshire, has won the search for Scotland’s climate friendly farming champion.

27/04/2021

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Scotland needs a defined approach to forestry

If Scottish agriculture is to be part of the solution to climate change, while achieving ambitious food and drink targets, there must be a clearly defined approach to woodland expansion and forestry on agricultural land writes NFU Scotland Vice President Andrew Connon.

26/04/2021

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What is the true cost of public access?

Just what is the true cost of public access asks NFU Scotland’s Head of Policy Team Gemma Cooper?

23/04/2021

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Tackling Mental Health and Wellbeing in Rural Communities – Jim Hume Guest Blog

Working and living rurally can often be isolating at the best of times, but with the Covid crisis this has only accentuated that problem, and we know that isolation can lead to poorer mental health. Many of us have been unable to meet our family, friends, and colleagues in this last year and that has taken its toll.

15/04/2021

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Scottish Government Proposals on Slurry and Silage are ‘Excessively Blunt and Ill-Thought-Out’

NFU Scotland has condemned Scottish Government proposals for silage, slurry and digestate as excessively blunt and ill-thought-out.

13/04/2021

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Delivering Stability to Farming and Crofting in Scotland’s Less Favoured Areas – Robert Macdonald Guest Blog

Over the last five weeks NFU Scotland has highlighted the significant progress which has been achieved in delivering stability to farming and crofting in Scotland’s less favoured areas (LFA).

13/04/2021

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Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme Payments Underway

The Scottish Suckler Beef Support Scheme (SSBSS) supports producers breeding beef calves from suckler cows, ensuring that herds remain at a level that sustains Scotland’s commercial beef industry.

08/04/2021

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