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Scottish Secretary Sees Weather Impact

Scottish Secretary of State Michael Moore has been viewing the worrying impact that weather – both at home and abroad – is having on Scottish agriculture.

31/08/2012

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Food Production Paramount for ‘Squeezed Middle’

While the bulk of Scotland’s productive land is open to an increasing list of land use demands, NFU Scotland believes that its capability to produce food should be paramount.

30/08/2012

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EU Greening Counterproductive Warn Farmers

A significant number of farms in Scotland’s Highlands would suffer a negative economic and environmental impact if the EU Commission’s ‘greening’ proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) were implemented in their current form.

30/08/2012

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Prompt SFP Sought to Ease Farm Cashflow Woes

NFU Scotland has sought reassurances from the Scottish Government that 2012/13 Single Farm Payments will begin at the earliest opportunity.

29/08/2012

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Union Surveys Members on Banks and Credit

NFU Scotland has reissued its survey to members regarding their current relationship with their banking providers and the costs they face in obtaining or maintaining credit and overdraft facilities.

22/08/2012

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CAP Amendments Aid Sheep EID Fight

NFU Scotland has backed MEP attempts to modify Europe’s controversial rules on sheep EID.

21/08/2012

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Export Opportunities for Scottish Dairy Industry

A clear opportunity exists for the Scottish dairy industry to tap into valuable export markets according to an interim report presented to the Scottish dairy strategy working group.

09/08/2012

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Schmallenberg Surveillance Call From NFUS

NFU Scotland has asked the Scottish Government to consider active surveillance so that Scottish livestock keepers can plan ahead should Schmallenberg virus (SBV) move north.  The Union believes that Scottish livestock farmers would volunteer to be part of the surveillance effort.

08/08/2012

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Union Support for Fresh Approach to Environmental Regulations

NFU Scotland has given its support to efforts to refocus the activity of the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) away from process driven regulation towards better engagement and information-sharing with stakeholders.

08/08/2012

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TFF Urges Support for Rent Review Process

Scotland’s Tenant Farming Forum has urged all interested parties to support the nation’s Rent Review Working Group (RRWG) by submitting views on the rent review process.

07/08/2012

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