SAVED: PAGE: ACTIVE AREA:

Latest News

Category:
First  | 1 | 2 |  Last  |  Next >

News

Union Maps Out Future of Asulam with Manufacturer

NFU Scotland has met with pesticide manufacturer United Phosphorus Ltd (UPL) to map out the short and long term availability of Scotland’s main bracken control product, Asulam.

30/09/2011

News

Lockerbie Deal Boosts Scottish Dairy Industry

The Scottish dairy industry has been boosted by the announcement that the farmer-owned business Milk Link is to make a £20 million investment in its Lockerbie creamery, turning it in to the largest milk-processing site in Scotland.

29/09/2011

News

Union Asks for Changes to Flock Inspection Approach

NFU Scotland has asked Scottish Government to consider a new approach to flock inspections that could see official visits fit around routine gatherings planned by the producer.

28/09/2011

News

Mull Abattoir Open for Business Again

Sausages, burgers, lorne sausage and dry cure bacon are just some of the new products that the re-opened Mull abattoir and processing plant is preparing for its customers. 

27/09/2011

News

ScotGov Says No to Flexibility on NVZ Closed Periods

An NFU Scotland request to the Scottish Government for Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ) rules to be relaxed to recognise the prolonged period of wet weather has received the response that no flexibility is possible.

26/09/2011

News

NFUS Back in Brussels on CAP Reform Business

NFU Scotland’s top team is back in Brussels this week as discussions on reform of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) continue to gather momentum.

21/09/2011

News

Asulam Appeal Loss a Blow to Scottish Hill Farmers

The key product used by Scottish hill farmers in the battle to control the invasive spread of bracken on hill ground has lost an appeal in Europe today (20 September) and will therefore lose its required approval for use.

20/09/2011

News

Union Calls for Animal Health and Welfare Budget Fix

NFU Scotland is calling on the Scottish Government to preserve the nation's growing reputation for animal health and welfare (AHW) by ensuring existing and future initiatives remain appropriately funded.

19/09/2011

News

Tread Carefully to Stay Within Rural Priorities Rules

A number of farmers in Rural Priorities schemes may be facing substantial financial losses as the result of simple administrative errors or poorly provided Scottish Government guidance.

14/09/2011

News

Balance Needed in Food Versus Energy Debate

Scottish industry representatives have called on the Scottish Government to ensure a balanced approach is taken to policies promoting bio-energy and emission reduction, to ensure they do not impact on other priorities such as food production.

14/09/2011

Total Pages:
Total Results:
Page Start:
Page Result #:

First  | 1 | 2 |  Last  |  Next > Showing results 1 to 10 (of 14)

©NFU Scotland • All Rights Reserved • Web design by Big Red DigitalLog in

Close

Contact Us

 

 

 

No Robots:

This form collects and sends the information supplied to NFU Scotland. You can read our privacy policy for full details on how we protect and manage your data.
  I consent to having NFU Scotland collect the above details.