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NFU Scotland Launches Harvest Survey

The signs are that this year’s harvest has been a good one, but NFU Scotland wants a bit more detail than that, and is urging farmers to complete its 2021 harvest survey.

31/08/2021

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NFUS Teams Up with RSABI on Migrant Worker Wellbeing

Scotland’s rural charity, RSABI ensures that support is available to all people involved in the Scottish agricultural industry.

30/08/2021

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Scottish Food and Drink Sector calls on Government Action as Pre-Xmas Labour and Recruitment Crisis Hits

NFU Scotland has a joined chorus of Scottish food and drink organisations calling for urgent governmental action on tackling the labour crisis in the industry ahead of the crucial Christmas season.

27/08/2021

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Staffing, Harvest and Haulage Issues Affecting Scottish Growers - Andrew Faichney Guest Blog

Scottish broccoli and cauliflower growers are facing costly headline problems around labour, haulage and packaging shortages – along with the year-on-year battle against the weather according to Andrew Faichney, Managing Director of East of Scotland Growers (ESG).

27/08/2021

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Union Welcomes Announcement that Farmer-Led Group Recommendations are to Drive Future Policy

NFU Scotland has welcomed the announcement that the pioneering work undertaken by Scotland’s Farmer-led Climate Change groups will drive the nation’s future agricultural policy.

25/08/2021

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Think efficiency this World Water Week

Scotland is well known for having a wet climate, but instances of water scarcity will increase across Scotland as climate change intensifies writes NFU Scotland’s Environmental Resources Policy Manager Sarah Cowie at the start of World Water Week.

23/08/2021

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Inglis sale delays means growers must assess storage needs

Delays in the sale of storage sites linked to the administration of Alexander Inglis and Sons means it is crucial that Scottish growers give thought to their storage requirements this harvest writes Combinable Crops Committee Chair Willie Thomson.

20/08/2021

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Farmers and Crofters Urged to Look Out for Loan Scheme Letters

Scottish farmers and crofters have started to receive loan scheme offer letters from Scottish Government and NFU Scotland is urging recipients to ‘opt in’.

19/08/2021

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Union Committed to Re-Establishing Seed Potato Trade with Europe

NFU Scotland Vice President Andrew Connon confirmed the Union’s commitment to seeing Scotland’s valuable seed potato trade with Europe reinstated.

12/08/2021

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Private Member’s Bill could offer flytipping solution

Flytipping is an issue that is unfortunately increasing in both volume and frequency but the prospect of a Private Member’s Bill in the Scottish Parliament could offer some genuine hope of tackling this unsightly blight on rural Scotland.

06/08/2021

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