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NFUS Statement on SEPA suspending surface water abstraction licences in the Eden catchment

SEPA have taken the decision to suspend surface water abstraction licences in the Eden catchment in North Fife from midnight on Saturday. The economic impacts of this decision will be felt for weeks and months to come – many crops will fail, jobs will be lost, and the viability of some farms is at risk.

12/08/2022

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Next Gen get insight into access to land and agricultural education opportunities in France

What do you learn in agricultural school in France? How do young people with no background in agriculture get access to land?

10/08/2022

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History must show we made the right decisions

Not many industries can claim they are the oldest industry in the world, in fact there’s only one - farming and food production.

09/08/2022

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Survey seeks views members views on agriculture wages

The labour crisis in Scotland and the UK is having significant impacts on the agricultural sector and the availability for both seasonal and permanent staff. These pressures are only made worse by the increasing costs of fuel, fertiliser, and the general cost-of-living. Labour costs are also having a significant impact on our farmers.

09/08/2022

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Highland provides platform for food chain engagement

A return to near-normality for the Royal Highland Show provided NFU Scotland with a platform to meet many supply chain players face to face writes NFU Scotland Vice President Andrew Connon.

04/08/2022

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Patrick Takes North East ‘Unsung Hero’ Award at Turriff Show

NFU Scotland’s North East members presented their annual ‘Unsung Hero’ award to Patrick Sleigh, West Fingask Farm, Oldmeldrum, at a reception held on the first day of Turriff Show earlier this week.

04/08/2022

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Members Urged to Engage in Debate on Wide-Ranging Land Reform Proposals

NFU Scotland is urging its members to get involved in the debate on Scottish Government’s land reform consultation and how the wide-ranging proposals it contains could impact farmers and crofters.

02/08/2022

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