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Non-UK Labour Crucial for Scottish Red Meat Sector

Scotland’s farmers and crofters have united with the nation’s meat processors to highlight the importance of non-UK labour to Scotland’s iconic red meat sector.

31/08/2016

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Highlands Date for #Lovelambweek

Shoppers in Inverness will be tasting super Scotch Lamb this weekend as #LoveLambWeek gets underway.

30/08/2016

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Slow Start to Harvest 2016 but Momentum Building

In the annual harvest round-up, compiled by NFU Scotland, arable farmers around the country have got off to a slow start but momentum is building.

30/08/2016

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Call for Ongoing Dialogue as Land Reform Act Takes Shape

NFU Scotland is urging legislators to continue to consult with farmers and crofters as the Land Reform Act continues to take shape.

26/08/2016

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Livestock Leaders Meet to Discuss Post-Brexit Priorities

Access to the European market, regulatory burden and an agricultural policy that delivers confidence – these are the key issues for livestock farmers post-Brexit.

24/08/2016

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Scottish Supermarkets Supporting Scotch Lamb

As Scotland’s lamb sales approach peak season, NFU Scotland has been delighted to find record volumes of tasty Scotch lamb available on Scottish supermarket shelves.

24/08/2016

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Interim Body to Manage Crown Estate Assets ‘Positive Step’

NFU Scotland’s Crown Estate tenants working group met this week, to compile its submission to the Scottish Government consultation on the interim management of the estates.

24/08/2016

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Mixed Reports for Scotland's Fruit Harvest

This summer has seen many of Scotland’s fruit growers benefit from supermarkets putting more local produce on their shelves and less imports.

23/08/2016

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Union Meets Cabinet Secretary on Farm to Highlight Impact of Greening Goldplating

NFU Scotland has met with Cabinet Secretary Fergus Ewing on a Perthshire farm today (22 August) in a bid to get Scottish Government to strip out gold-plating from within Scotland’s greening rules.

22/08/2016

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Owners Urged to Keep Dogs Under Control or Run the Risk of Being Prosecuted

Dog walkers in Orkney and Shetland are being urged to keep their dogs on a lead or under close control after concerns have been raised by local farmers and crofters.

18/08/2016

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