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Environment and Land Use Committee Chairman, Angus MacFadyen's Blog - 31 July 2020

Regional Land Use Partnerships could deliver a more targeted response to Scotland’s ambitious climate change targets writes Argyllshire farmer Angus MacFadyen.

31/07/2020

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President's Blog - 30 July 2020

As the nation’s attention comes away from the on going pandemic and focusses back onto Brexit and future trading agreements, NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick gives his view on what Scottish agriculture needs from any and all arrangements

30/07/2020

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Union Reminder on MOTs and Driving Licence Renewals

NFU Scotland is urging farmers and crofters to plan ahead when it comes to vehicle MOTs and driving licence renewals. As Covid-19 restrictions are being unwound, there is the potential for backlogs around both.

29/07/2020

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Staying safe at the sales – A GP’s Blog – 29 July 2020

When it comes to protecting themselves, their families and staff from Covid-19, farmers and crofters should look to how they keep their livestock healthy according to Dr John Locke, a GP at Gatehouse of Fleet and chairman of NFU Scotland’s Stewartry Branch in Dumfries and Galloway.

29/07/2020

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Regional Land Use Partnerships – Chairman’s Blog – 28 July 2020

If proposed Regional Land Use Partnerships are to be truly inclusive, then we must ensure that the interests of farmers and crofters are at their core writes Lanarkshire farmer Tom French.

28/07/2020

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What next for wool? - Vice President's Blog - 27 July 2020

In a year when prices are at rock bottom because of Covid-19 disruption, wool has a role to play in building the circular economy according to Vice President Martin Kennedy.

27/07/2020

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Union Reminder Over Mobile Phone Use When Driving

Farmers and crofters are being asked to put down their mobile this Farm Safety Week and take more caution in their cabs

24/07/2020

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Farm Safety Week - Vice President's Blog - 24 July 2020

Farm Safety Week for 2020 is drawing to a close. The week may be nearly over, but vigilance must continue throughout the whole year writes Vice President Charlie Adam.

24/07/2020

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Farm Safety Week Guest Blog - Dr Amy Irwin, NTSAg research group, University of Aberdeen

Flying and ploughing – there are more similarities than you would think – writes Dr Amy Irwin, NTSAg research group, University of Aberdeen

23/07/2020

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Farm Safety Week Guest Blog – RSABI

RSABI is supporting this year’s Farm Safety Week (20-24 July) organised by the charity Farm Safety Foundation encouraging the farming community to recognise the real dangers of working in the industry and the importance of looking after their physical and mental wellbeing each and every day, not just for Farm Safety Week.

23/07/2020

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