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Mixed picture for harvest across Scotland

It is a mixed picture at present for Scotland’s harvest, with many areas running two weeks later than normal because of the particularly cold and wet summer.

31/08/2015

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Innovation and Technology key to Scotland's Biggest Crop

Innovation and technology are key to ensuring Scotland’s biggest crop – barley – can continue to be grown profitably on Scottish farms.

27/08/2015

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NFUS welcomes First Minister on farm to discuss farming crisis

The extent of the issues currently facing the whole of the agricultural industry, compounded by the adverse weather this year, were stressed to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on farm today (Wednesday 26 August).

26/08/2015

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Chief Executive's Blog - 26 August 2015

What is my Union doing for me? It is a question that we are frequently challenged with - and in the midst of the current crisis affecting almost every farm sector in Scotland - it is one that we need to have answers ready for. The recent farm visit by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to the Dykes family's beef and sheep unit at West Linton is recognition of the seriousness of the situation - and round the table with the First Minister were men and women who see their future in producing beef, sheep, milk, cereals and more.

26/08/2015

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Leading organisations issue joint industry guidance on rent reviews

Three leading Scottish agricultural organisations have jointly issued guidance on the important area of rent reviews. The guidance provides an effective framework to minimise any risk to the industry that may arise from conflict around rent increases for tenanted farms.

26/08/2015

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Straw donation to Orkney farmers raises cash for charity

A collective effort between the mainland and Orkney has seen farmers given a chance to bolster their straw supplies whilst raising money for rural charity RSABI.

25/08/2015

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Scottish Government challenged over Greening cost and complexity

NFU Scotland has called on the Scottish Government to tackle the cost and complexity of greening and ease the cross-compliance burden on Scotland’s growers.

25/08/2015

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Inverurie consumers show support for Scotch Lamb at NFUS promotional day

Shoppers in Inverurie showed their support for Scotch Lamb PGI at an NFU Scotland promotional day held on Saturday.

24/08/2015

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Dairy and lamb promotional events proves popular

The excellent food produced by Scottish farmers was showcased to the public on Buchanan Street, Glasgow on Sunday, 23 August.

24/08/2015

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Tempting Scottish shoppers to tasty Scotch lamb

Scotland’s farmers are calling on the Scottish public to take the lamb taste test and rediscover what a fantastic, versatile, tasty meat Scotch lamb is.

21/08/2015

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