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Argyll & the Islands AGM to focus on Next Generation

A discussion panel at the forthcoming Argyll & the Islands Regional AGM will focus on the views of the next generation of farmers and crofters.

23/12/2019

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Dog Walkers urged to take a lead this Christmas

NFU Scotland is asking dog owners to remember to put their dog on a lead when around livestock over the festive period, as many walk off those mince pies and selection box sweets over the coming weeks.

23/12/2019

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Agriculture Bill a Necessity but Must Provide Launch Pad to Future Policy Development

In evidence to the Rural Economy and Connectivity (REC) Committee in Scottish Parliament today (Wednesday 18 December), NFUS said a bill that allows continuity of CAP payments is a necessity but must provide a launch pad to driving forward future agricultural policy in Scotland.

18/12/2019

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Martin Kennedy to be Returned as Vice President

NFU Scotland’s top team for 2020 will be President Andrew McCornick with Vice Presidents Charlie Adam and Martin Kennedy.

17/12/2019

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Union Enters 2020 on Healthy Financial Footing and Membership Growth

NFU Scotland is entering 2020 on a healthy financial footing with membership growing again for a third year in a row.

17/12/2019

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New Field to Fork Approach Needed for Beef

As beef prices continue at a low ebb, NFU Scotland’s President Andrew McCornick has called for fresh thinking in the beef supply chain.

17/12/2019

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Scottish Land Matching Service Gathering Momentum

The Scottish Land Matching Service (SLMS), supported by NFU Scotland, is gathering momentum.

17/12/2019

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Women in Agriculture Chair Invited to Present Report Findings to NFU Scotland Board

NFU Scotland has invited the co-chair of Scottish Government’s Women in Agriculture Taskforce, Joyce Campbell to discuss her final report with the Union’s Board of Directors in February 2020.

16/12/2019

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Climate Change Remains Priority for 2020

As Scotland gets set to host the COP26 event next year in Glasgow, NFU Scotland has marked climate change as one of its top priorities for 2020 as it looks to work with farmers, crofters and the government to create and implement workable climate change policies.

16/12/2019

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Roadshows Fine Tune Policy Priorities

A series of fifteen roadshows and a significant number of branch meetings and AGMs in November and December have helped fine tune NFU Scotland’s policy priorities.

16/12/2019

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