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A Scottish Parliament committee has asked why agriculture's climate change targets were reduced in the final Climate Change Plan.
By Sarah Anderson on 03 May 2018
Only trailers which are travelling to the continent will need to be registered after the UK leaves the EU, the Department for Transport has said.
By Sarah Anderson on 03 May 2018
Food chain and retail expert Marion MacCormick muses on her trip to France as part of an export scoping exercise
By Sarah Anderson on 03 May 2018
Kevin Gilbert farms 700ac of cereals, 450 sows and 240 Stabiliser cows on 1,100 acres near Kintore in northeast Scotland.
By Sarah Anderson on 03 May 2018
A bill designed to ensure UK hauliers comply with continental road safety laws after Brexit may affect farm trailers too.
By Sarah Anderson on 26 April 2018
The UK Government's top priority should be a free-trade agreement with the EU, according to a Westminster committee.
By Sarah Anderson on 26 April 2018
The Scottish Government should legislate to deal with nitrogen pollution, a Green MSP has said.
By Sarah Anderson on 19 April 2018
Fergus Ewing has told a Westminster committee that the UK Government should pay more to help Scotland reach its broadband targets.
By Sarah Anderson on 19 April 2018
Fallen sheep collections in Scotland increased sharply after the 'beast from the east'.
By Sarah Anderson on 05 April 2018
Beef: Tom French runs an 80-strong suckler herd at Balgray in Lanarkshire.
By Sarah Anderson on 05 April 2018
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