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Farmers Journal Scotland

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Wet weather over the last few months has created the perfect storm for farmers in the southwest; slurry stores are expected to reach capacity before the year is out.
By Odile Evans on 12 October 2017
Scottish Government and QMS to push for Scotch PGI inclusion in trade deals.
By John Sleigh on 12 October 2017
Rural economy secretary Fergus Ewing said he would deliver convergence money and support for hill farmers or resign.
By Sarah Anderson on 12 October 2017
Scottish Government slammed over sheep scheme rules change.
By John Sleigh on 12 October 2017
Farmer owned company, First Milk, has made a huge turnaround from the £5.1m loss published in its 2016 accounts.
By Odile Evans on 12 October 2017
Phelim O'Neill reports from the world's largest food and drink show in Germany.
By Phelim O'Neill on 12 October 2017
For some sustainability is a buzz word that gets floated from time to time. For Christopher Black it is something that he practices every single day, writes Barry Cassidy.
By Barry Cassidy on 12 October 2017
Scottish Editor John Sleigh takes a look at the weeks issues for farmers.
By John Sleigh on 12 October 2017
Agrichemical giant Monsanto banned from European Parliament after failing to turn up to hearing into the reauthorisation of glyphosate.
By John Sleigh on 12 October 2017
Scottish Land and Estates has called for fuel drying to continue to be eligible for renewable subsidy.
By John Sleigh on 12 October 2017
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