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NFU Scotland Roadshow Coming to Dumfries & Galloway to Debate Future Agricultural Policy

Farmers and Crofters Invited to Attend Event on Thursday 2 June, 7pm at The Market Inn Hotel, Castle Douglas  

NFU Scotland are on the road with a series of 12 events to discuss future agricultural policy in Scotland.

The events – taking place in Shetland, Orkney, Skye, Inverurie, Stepps, Carfraemill, Castle Douglas, Dingwall, Perth, Kilmarnock, Campbeltown and Oban – invite farmers and crofters to discuss Scotland’s transition from a post-Brexit, post-Common Agricultural Policy support framework to a new agricultural policy in Scotland, expected to be in place by 2025. All NFU Scotland roadshow events will be attended by President Martin Kennedy and Director of Policy Jonnie Hall.

Ahead of the roadshow in Castle Douglas this week, Regional Manager for Dumfries and Galloway Tracey Roan said: “We would encourage all members to come along to this meeting. This is the ideal opportunity to get the regions views heard”. 

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Contact Tracey Roan on 07718 425053

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News Article No.: 52/22


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