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Good Conditions for Scotland’s 2021 Harvest and a Great Start Made to Autumn Planting for 2022 Crop

Reports from around the country suggest Scotland’s 2021 harvest has been relatively straight forward due to long spells of dry weather, and many parts are ahead of schedule and already finished with autumn planting.

29/09/2021

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NFU Scotland Calls on UK Government to Go Further to Tackle Labour Crisis in Farming, Food and Drink

NFU Scotland has welcomed the UK Government announcement of short-term visas for 5000 HGV and 5500 poultry workers but called on it to go further if it is to tackle the labour crisis on Scottish farms and in the wider Scottish food and drink sector.

27/09/2021

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Union Calls for Valuable Goose Management Support to Continue

NFU Scotland is calling on NatureScot to reverse its decision to end valuable financial support for managing the damaging numbers of geese found on many Scottish islands.

22/09/2021

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Trailer Test Change Welcome but Road Safety Must Remain a Priority

NFU Scotland has welcomed the announcement that, from autumn 2021, there will be an automatic ability for those with a full car driving licence to tow a trailer with a car without an additional test.

15/09/2021

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Further Delays to Border Controls a Bitter Blow to Scottish Farming and Food and Drink Sector

The announcement of further delays to post-Brexit import checks on agri-food products coming from the EU is a bitter blow to Scottish farmers and the nation’s food and drink sector.

15/09/2021

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Union Launches Pre-Cop26 #Farmingforthefuture Campaign

As attention turns towards COP26, the UN’s annual climate summit which this year is being hosted in Glasgow between the 1-12 November, NFU Scotland launches a social media campaign which seeks to highlight some of the many positive steps Scottish agriculture has already made towards cutting emissions.

14/09/2021

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Union In Westminster on #backbritishfarmingday

NFU Scotland is calling on the UK Government to address the nation’s growing labour crisis as it heads to Westminster to join other UK Farming Unions in celebrating #BackBritishFarmingDay on Wednesday 15 September.

14/09/2021

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Farm Visits to Shine Spotlight on Scotland’s Sustainable Food Production

NFU Scotland, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) and SAC Consulting have joined together to host fact finding farm visits for an invited audience of local MSPs, MPs and Councillors. These visits aim to highlight the importance of sustainable food production for the country, and the benefits of agriculture to the Scottish economy.

08/09/2021

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Welcome Boost to Women in Agriculture Programme

NFU Scotland has welcomed the news that the personal development programme for women in agriculture has been launched, with participation commencing in October 2021 and applications for 2022 now live.

02/09/2021

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Union Writes to UK Minister as Labour Crisis Deepens

NFU Scotland has written to the UK Government calling for immediate action as the labour crisis affecting the agricultural, food and drink sectors deepens.

01/09/2021

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