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Director of Policy and Member Services Blog - 30 August 2017

When it comes to facts on rural development budgets, it is important we cut through the politics writes Director of Policy and Member Services, Jonnie Hall.

30/08/2017

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Ewe Hogg Scheme to Open this Week but Rules to Stay the Same

NFU Scotland is reminding Scottish hill sheep farmers that the Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme (SUSSS) opens for applications this Friday (1 September) but is disappointed that, for the second year running, there are to be no improvements to the scheme rules.

29/08/2017

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President's Blog - 28 August 2017

We are having a real ‘stop start’ harvest this year, and even when the ‘start’ happens, my travels round the country show that progress is very regional writes President Andrew McCornick.

28/08/2017

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President's Blog - 21 August 2017

The recent news regarding Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) being discovered in a couple of badgers in Cumbria has caused a stir of media interest igniting fears that TB might spread through wildlife across the border writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

21/08/2017

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Oxford Farming Conference

The Oxford Farming Conference is being held on the 3-5 January 2018 at Oxford University.

18/08/2017

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NFUS Launches Share Farming Project to Address Succession Worries and New Entrant Barriers

NFU Scotland has started a research project on the potential of share faming to assist both new entrants and farm owners worried about succession on their farm.

17/08/2017

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Vice President's Blog - 16 August 2017

Farmers are vital to the survival of the Scottish show scene and the contribution of shows to local economies must never be underestimated writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

16/08/2017

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Important Antler Shipment Heads to Hong Kong

An important shipment of Scottish Red Deer antlers has started its 35-day journey from Dumfries and Galloway to the Far East.

15/08/2017

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President's Blog - 14 August 2017

It seems like every week of the year now, NFU Scotland uses its communications channels – text messaging, emails, Facebook and Twitter – to alert farmers and crofters to criminal activity in the countryside and the need for vigilance and action on their part.

14/08/2017

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Availability of Scottish Lamb Down Year-on-Year as Peak Season Approaches

As Scotland’s lamb sales approach peak season, the latest shelf watch study undertaken by Union members and staff found that 11 percent of lamb available in Scottish supermarkets is imported – almost all of it found on Asda and Tesco shelves.

09/08/2017

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