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Lindsey Macdonald

Lindsey Macdonald
Food Policy & Campaigns Officer

T:   0131 472 4052
M:  07920 424328
E:lindsey.macdonald@nfus.org.uk 

 
Ruth McClean

Ruth McClean
Communications Manager
T:  0131 472 4108
M:  07920 018619
E:  ruth.mcclean@nfus.org.uk

In 2014, NFU Scotland launched a campaign to support farmers, crofters and people working in land-based industries with dyslexia.

Figures suggest that dyslexia could be much higher in farming communities than it is in the general population. As farming is an industry that typically involves lots of day-to-day paperwork and form-filling, it is important that help and support is there for those who need it.

We believe that nobody should feel disempowered to further their career in agriculture because of a lack of confidence in their capabilities due to dyslexia.


View a short video on our campaign



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