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Vice President's Blog - 27 September 2018

When it comes to conservation and the promotion of biodiversity, farmers and crofters must be part of the discussion writes NFU Scotland Vice President Martin Kennedy.

27/09/2018

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Union Seeks Members Views for AHDB Consultation

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) is currently requesting views from farmers, growers and others in the food supply chain on the future need for the levy body, and to gain a better understanding of what stakeholders believe the levy body should deliver.

26/09/2018

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Enjoy the Countryside but be Responsible

Ahead of National GetOutside Day this weekend, NFU Scotland is reminding people to enjoy the countryside responsibly.

26/09/2018

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Impact of Deposit Return Proposals need Further Study

NFU Scotland has urged Scottish Government to look more closely at the impact that a Deposit Return Scheme could have on specific sectors in the Scottish food chain that are heavily reliant on plastic packaging, such as milk.

26/09/2018

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Director of Policy's Blog - 21 September 2018

One week on from the publication of the Agriculture Bill and we are still digesting the detail writes Director of Policy Jonnie Hall.

21/09/2018

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Mixed Harvest Recovers After Long Dry Summer

A long, cold, wet winter suddenly turned into the joint hottest summer on record for the UK, and Scottish farmers feared the worst for their 2018 harvest.

19/09/2018

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Livestock Chairman Blog - 14 September 2018

Planning ahead does not just mean one year at a time, as Livestock Chairman Charlie Adam explains.

14/09/2018

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Tougher Sanctions Urgently Needed for Livestock Worrying Culprits

NFU Scotland is once again seeking harsher penalties for those who let their dogs attack livestock, following the sentencing of an Argyll man earlier this week.

14/09/2018

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UK Government Urged to Pursue Mutual Recognition of New Protected Food Names After Brexit

In a letter to three Secretaries of State, NFU Scotland has called for changes to be made to the way the UK proposes to deal with new products seeking Protected Food Names (PFN) status post-Brexit.

13/09/2018

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Agriculture Bill is Next Step on Post-Brexit Future

NFU Scotland regards today’s publication of an Agriculture Bill as the next step towards determining the industry’s post-Brexit future and it will study and discuss in detail the proposals presented to Parliament.

12/09/2018

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