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The Common Agricultural Policy


NFU Scotland continues to press for timely payments where farmers and crofters can plan cash flows with a clear timetable of payments known. Recent years have seen ongoing issues with the IT System and NFUS is in continuous dialogue with the Scottish Government on issues facing Scottish agriculture.

Any member facing issues receiving payments or seeking guidance on any scheme, please get in touch with Jenny at NFU Scotland at jenny.brunton@nfus.org.uk

CAP Calendar 2020

Payments

Less Favoured Areas – Delivering for Scotland

Greening

Full Scheme Guidance

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