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Greater Cohesion Needed to Capture Renewables Potential

NFU Scotland is calling on the Scottish Government to help drive greater cohesion across the agri-renewables sector to capture the enormous potential that exists to generate energy on-farm and deliver on Scotland’s ambitious energy targets.

27/09/2012

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Fatty Acid issue Hits Scottish Oilseed Rape

To compound a difficult growing season and problematic harvest, many Scottish oilseed rape growers may be facing deductions to the payment for their crops as a result of exceptionally high levels of free fatty acids being found in some samples.

27/09/2012

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Gales Hammer Harvest and Planting Progress

The winds and rain that have battered parts of Scotland in recent days have compounded the huge difficulties many Scottish growers have encountered in securing the 2012 harvest.

25/09/2012

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UK Pig Industry Calls for More Transparent Pricing Mechanism and Strengthened Contracts

Organisations representing UK pig producers have called on Europe to consider more transparent pricing mechanisms and more robust contractual requirements to support the hard-pressed sector.

25/09/2012

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Union lays out Priorities for Rural Development

In a briefing to Scottish politicians, NFU Scotland has laid out its priorities for the new Scotland Rural Development Programme (SRDP), due to commence in 2014.

24/09/2012

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Farming Unions Mark 40 Years in Europe

NFU Scotland and its fellow UK farming Unions have celebrated 40 years in Europe with a reception in Brussels showcasing the very best in home-produced food and drink.

21/09/2012

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Scottish Farmers Talk CAP with Commissioner

Europe’s Agricultural Commissioner has reassured Scottish farmers that a degree of flexibility is being built into his planned reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that will ensure Scotland fulfils its potential for farming and food production.

20/09/2012

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Fresh Thinking for New Entrants Says NFUS

NFU Scotland has called for Scottish agriculture to adopt fresh thinking to help support the necessary progression of new entrants into the farming sector.

12/09/2012

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Bovine EID Must Avoid Sheep Pitfalls

A voluntary approach to the introduction of cattle electronic identification (EID) has been backed by MEPs when they voted on amendments to the Commission’s proposal for bovine EID today (Tuesday, 11 September).

11/09/2012

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Scotland Tackling Sheep Scab Threat

Scotland’s sheep producers are tackling the huge threat posed by sheep scab and are improving the health of the nation’s flock.

05/09/2012

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