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NFU Scotland Adds New Policy Manager for Livestock and Less Favoured Areas (LFA)

Hannah Baker joined NFU Scotland last week, taking on the role of Policy Manager for Livestock and LFA.

28/07/2021

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Scottish Labour Party Leader Visits Dairy Farm

NFU Scotland’s Regional Chair in Dumfries and Galloway, Colin Ferguson has hosted a visit from Anas Sarwar, Leader of the Scottish Labour Party on his family dairy farm at Knockann, Kirkinner near Newton Stewart.

28/07/2021

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Extreme Dry Weather and Thunderstorms Create Challenges for Scotland’s Farmers and Crofters

Scotland’s farmers and crofters are facing a challenging summer as a period of extreme dry weather looks set to be followed up by thunderstorms in some parts.

27/07/2021

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NFUS Responds to Red Tractor Standard Changes

NFU Scotland has responded to changes to Red Tractor assurance scheme standards announced this week.

21/07/2021

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Unsung Hero Award Presentation to Take Place in the North East on Friday

The Unsung Hero Award is presented annually and recognises a North East member for their achievements and hard work on behalf of fellow farmers.

21/07/2021

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Delivering Change – A Time for Action on the Future for Agricultural Policy in Scotland

NFU Scotland has set out a clear industry-backed roadmap on how Scottish agricultural policy will meet the challenges of climate change and biodiversity loss whilst contributing to Scotland’s ambitious food and drink sector targets.

21/07/2021

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Guest Blog from Jim Walker, Co-chair of the Suckler Beef Climate Change Programme Board

Open letter on behalf of Jim Walker, Co-Chair of the Suckler Beef Climate Change Programme Board, the list of external board members and supporters.

20/07/2021

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Union Partnership Sees Farm Plastic Collection Days at Local Marts this Month

Farmers in the Borders and Ayrshire can make use of farm plastic collections days organised at local marts this month.

14/07/2021

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Farmers must fight fatigue to improve farm safety – Guest blog

As a farmer, you probably know better than anyone else that agriculture is the most dangerous industry in the UK writes Ilinca Tone, a PhD student at Aberdeen University studying the impacts of fatigue on farm safety.

13/07/2021

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Getting grain sampling right to avoid quality disputes

It is good practice to take accurate grain samples, and it is good business practice to keep spare samples if there is a later dispute about quality. Good communication in the grain supply chain is the first step to finding solutions to any problems which may occur.

12/07/2021

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