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Charity Effort Tops £40,000 In Centenary Year

Events linked to NFU Scotland’s Centenary year have generated more than £40,000 for charity in the past four months.

29/05/2013

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New Generation Roadshows To Set The Agenda

NFU Scotland’s New Generation group has joined forces with the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs (SAYFC) Agri-affairs committee to make sure that the voice of the next generation is heard during the current round of CAP and rural development reform and beyond.

29/05/2013

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Time to Think Anew about Land Tenure, Says NFUS

It is time for the industry to let go of polarising arguments and focus on creating a thriving tenanted sector with secure opportunities for young and new entrants to agriculture, said NFU Scotland at a seminar it hosted in Edinburgh today (Tuesday 28 May 2013).

28/05/2013

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Agricultural Wage Proposals Reflect Difficult Year

23/05/2013

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Union Encouraged By Land Reform Interim Report

NFU Scotland has been encouraged by the interim report produced by the Land Reform Review Group (LRRG) in its work to encourage constructive and positive land management and opportunities for local communities.

21/05/2013

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New Vaccine Gives Scottish Farmers Control Options

Scottish livestock farmers now have access to a vaccine to help protect sheep and cattle against birth defects in their young caused by the Schmallenberg Virus (SBV).

21/05/2013

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New Generation On Rural Development Study Leave

NFU Scotland’s New Generation group is heading to Wales to see if the Welsh New Entrant/Young Farmer model could be adopted as part of Scotland’s future rural development plans.

20/05/2013

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Trust Brings Classroom and Countryside Closer

The inaugural awards from NFU Scotland’s Centenary Trust will push forward work in informing Scotland’s next generation of consumers about where their food comes from.

17/05/2013

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Schmallenberg Surveillance Results Out

The first round of Schmallenberg surveillance testing in Scotland is almost complete with no positive samples identified.  

15/05/2013

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Unions Asks For Agri-Environment Derogation To Ease Grazing Pressures

NFU Scotland has asked Scottish Government to consider relaxing the rules on some agri-environment projects to help free up grazing for Scotland’s struggling livestock.

15/05/2013

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