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NFUS Launches Kids Lockdown Art Competition

The Union has launched an art competition for school aged children who are at home due to Coronavirus lockdown, within the May issue of their award-winning member’s magazine Scottish Farming Leader.

27/04/2020

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Good Spring for Scottish Crops but Autumn Uncertainty Over Markets

Scotland’s arable sector has enjoyed exceptional planting conditions this spring with a few showers of rain now needed to kick start growth.

24/04/2020

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Farmers Still Blighted by Fly-Tipping Spike

Scotland’s countryside continues to be used as a dumping ground as reports of fly-tipping continue to grow.

22/04/2020

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Beef Prices Continue to Give Cause for Concern

Market disruption caused by Covid-19 continues to see farmgate prices for prime Scotch beef languish at an unsustainable level.

22/04/2020

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FAQ Webpage Proves Vital Resource for Union Members

NFU Scotland staff set up a Frequently Asked Questions page on their website as soon as farm businesses started being affected by Covid-19

17/04/2020

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Access Guidance Poster from Union Now Available to Download and Print

NFU Scotland has produced a poster for farmers and crofters urging care to be taken by those accessing the countryside during this exceptional period.

15/04/2020

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Union Opens Members Survey for COVID-19 Issues

NFU Scotland members are now able to directly communicate the issues they are facing as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.

15/04/2020

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Chinese Lantern Plans Branded Reckless as Wildfire Risk in Scotland Hits Extreme

NFU Scotland has called on emergency services, local authorities and politicians to support a complete ban on Chinese sky lanterns following reports that a mass release of these dangerous items this weekend was being promoted.

15/04/2020

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Call for Greater Transparency in the Beef Chain

NFU Scotland was written to the UK government calling for action to deliver better price transparency in the beef supply chain once the COVID-19 outbreak is over.

14/04/2020

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NFUS Calls for Funding Support to Bridge Gap Between Statutory and Agricultural Sick Pay

NFUS is calling for an immediate support package to refund the difference between Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) and Agricultural Sick Pay (ASP) for workers absent due to COVID-19. NFUS considers that such a measure will ensure that Scottish farming and crofting businesses are better equipped to provide support and security to their employees during this volatile and unprecedented time.

10/04/2020

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