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Next Generation

NFU Scotland is committed to seeing farming and crofting in Scotland grow and prosper and we believe the best way to guarantee success in the future is to invest our time in the next generation. In a time of uncertainty, it has never been more important to encourage talent and innovation within industry and we are fortunate in Scotland to have a wealth of enthusiastic individuals from a variety of backgrounds all keen to enter and succeed in farming.

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Peter Moss
Next Generation Chairman

To contact Peter, please email gemma.cooper@nfus.org.uk
NFU Scotland strives to represent the interests of all farmers and crofters across Scotland no matter their sector or background. The Union’s Next Generation Committee, led by Peter Moss, brings together a diverse range of young farmers, new entrant farmers and crofters who meet regularly to discuss opportunities and challenges for their peers. The group is in the fortunate position where they have a presence on all NFU Scotland Commodity Committees and Regional Boards, which means the Next Gen group’s voice is present in every committee meeting held by NFU Scotland from LFA to Combinable Crops, and from Shetland to the South West.

NFUS is always keen to hear from Next Generation farmers and crofters in order to support them grow and prosper to ensure Scottish Agriculture is a prosperous, sustainable and profitable sector for all.

Next Generation Newsletter

Next Generation Workplan

Next Generation Group

Financing Future Farming Webinar

If you missed our live webinar, you can catch up and view the recording below.

‘Financing Future Farming Webinar’ hosted by the UK farming unions’ Next Generation groups and chaired by NFU Scotland’s Next Generation Chair Pete Moss.

The fantastic line up of speakers includes farmer and podcaster Will Evans; Harriet Wilson, Agriculture and Sustainable Sourcing Manager at McDonald’s UK & Ireland and Roddy McLean, Head of Agriculture at NatWest.

It will focus on the green economic recovery from COVID-19 and how this can be achieved through climate friendly agricultural practices.  It will explore how accessing green finance can support the next generation to improve business efficiency and productivity, linking to what buyers are looking for when sourcing products.

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