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UK Government Decision to Postpone EU Border Controls for a Fourth Time ‘Utter Madness’ Says NFUS

NFU Scotland has described plans by the UK Government to postpone animal and plant health checks on goods coming into the UK from the EU until the end of 2023 as ‘utter madness’.

29/04/2022

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Union Welcomes Launch of Scheme to Support Carbon Audits and Soil Testing on Farms and Crofts

NFU Scotland has welcomed the first track of Scottish Government’s National Test Programme (NTP), entitled ‘Preparing for Sustainable Farming’, that sees guidance published for farmers and crofters on how access support for carbon audits and soil testing – both of which will help the sector reduce emissions and improve efficiency.

29/04/2022

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Food Security Crisis Dominates Intensive Two-Day Westminster Lobby by NFU Scotland Top Team

An NFU Scotland delegation has completed an intensive two-day cross-party lobbying visit to Westminster highlighting the critical issues impacting farmers and crofters to politicians.

27/04/2022

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Union Consults Membership on Carbon Trading, Audits and Sequestration

NFU Scotland is tackling the fierce debate around carbon with an internal membership consultation and an open Webinar taking place on 9 May.

27/04/2022

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Farmers and Crofters Tackling Food Security Crisis

NFU Scotland continues to put food security front and centre of its lobbying priorities.

26/04/2022

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NFUS Welcomes Announcement on Bird Housing Change

NFU Scotland’s Poultry Working Group has welcomed the announcement that, from Monday 2 May, housing measures placed on birds in late November 2021 because of Avian Influenza will be lifted.

26/04/2022

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Lauren Worrell Joins NFU Scotland as Regional Manager for Argyll and The Islands

Lauren Worrell is joining the NFU Scotland team, taking over the role of Regional Manager for Argyll and the Islands.

20/04/2022

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Retailers and Processors must return greater share of rising prices back to pig producers say NFUS

Retailers and processors must deliver a great share of rising pig prices back to producers or risk losing the sector.

18/04/2022

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Ayrshire Rural Organisations and Police Scotland Combine Forces to Highlight New Legislation to Protect Livestock from Dog Attacks

Ayrshire rural organisations and Police Scotland have combined forces to highlight new legislation to protect livestock from dog attacks.

13/04/2022

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