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Scottish Farmers and Crofters Reminded of December Deadlines Looming

NFU Scotland is reminding all its members of important deadlines that fall during this festive period.

22/12/2021

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Changes to Trailer Licensing Announced

The UK Government has confirmed that as of yesterday (16 December 2021) the regulations surrounding trailer tests and licensing have changed.

17/12/2021

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Scottish Agricultural Wages Board Proposes New Minimum Hourly Rate

The Scottish Agricultural Wages Board (SAWB) are seeking views on proposed changes to the Wages Order due to come into effect on the 1 April 2022.

16/12/2021

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Benefits of Beef and Sheep Farming Apprenticeships Showcased

A new collaborative project between NFUS, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) and Borders College will help futureproof beef and sheep farms by highlighting benefits of work-based learning to young people, career influencers and to farm employers.

16/12/2021

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Defining Times for Dairy Sector

NFU Scotland is calling on the dairy supply chain to deliver positive price messages in 2022 that fully reflect tightening supplies and soaring costs.

14/12/2021

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Union Calls for Tighter Tree Planting Safeguards on Scotland’s Productive Farmland

NFU Scotland has reiterated its clear position on woodland expansion.

14/12/2021

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Red Meat’s Role in Healthy, Balanced Diets Must be Recognised

NFU Scotland is calling for red meat’s role in a healthy, balanced diet to be recognised and celebrated.

14/12/2021

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Union Moves into 2022 on Robust Financial Footing

NFU Scotland is entering 2022 on a healthy financial footing.

14/12/2021

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Scotland’s Farmers and Crofters in Support of Access Code Review

Access has been an unprecedented issue for NFU Scotland members over the past two years as the number of people walking in the countryside surged because of the Covid pandemic.

13/12/2021

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Huge Rise in Fertiliser Price Creating Cost Crisis

The huge surge in fertiliser prices has made business planning and nutrient management a financial nightmare for Scottish farmers and growers.

13/12/2021

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