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NFU Scotland’s Next Generation has developed a range of colourful, educational posters to inform the public about farming activities taking place in the countryside, linking them to food production and the environment and encouraging responsible access.  Click on the relevant posters below and post in areas where the public are taking access on your farm or croft.

Next Generation Chairman Peter Moss, from Orkney said: “With a notable increase in those deciding to access rural areas, it is clear that we all have a role to play in helping to inform the public on the farming activities we are undertaking. The Next Generation group has produced a range of colourful and informative posters to help farmers and crofters engage with the public and tell their own personalised story to those taking access.

By telling our own farming story, where we manage the environment whilst producing food, we can help ensure that those accessing these areas do so responsibly.”

For more information contact Ruth on 07827 910593 or email: ruth.taylor@nfus.org.uk

Join our Social Media Campaign #walkieswithoutworries

NFU Scotland has launched its #walkieswithoutworries social media campaign to encourage responsible dog walking.

Using simple infographic messages, it urges members of the public to:

  • To keep dogs on a lead around sheep be aware that cattle can be dangerous
  • To choose alternative routes rather than fields of young calves or lambs
  • To pick up dog poo and dispose of it responsibly
  • To leave gates as they find them
  • To prevent dogs from disturbing local wildlife and ground-nesting birds


You can support the campaign by downloading our social media tool kit and infographics to share on your Facebook page or Twitter account.

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