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Sarah Anderson
Sarah Anderson

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NFUS president Andrew McCornick refused to be drawn on the question of Scottish independence.
By Sarah Anderson on 12 October 2017
Farmers plea to have existing activity and environmental contribution recognised in future support schemes.
By Sarah Anderson 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
Alyn Smith MEP: “We have seen no degree of seriousness on Scottish agricultural policy, only soundbites and spin, exports of pigs’ ears!
By Sarah Anderson on 12 October 2017
Costs spiral as long winter looms
A wet summer has continued into an early winter with livestock farmers fearing spiralling costs will erode income.
By Sarah Anderson on 10 October 2017
  Defra minister, Michael Gove underlined his commitment to a ‘green Brexit’ at the Conservative party’s conference in Manchester this week, pledging “where
By Sarah Anderson on 05 October 2017
The tension between maintaining devolved powers and the need to preserve the UK’s internal market was illustrated by UK constitution minister Chris Skidmore MP’s response last week.
By Sarah Anderson on 28 September 2017
The muirburn code has been updated with information relating to regulation, planning, burning and cutting, as well as specific guidance on grazing management.
By Sarah Anderson on 28 September 2017
The Scottish Government could cut compensation for those who move cattle illegally onto TB-restricted herds – or not pay compensation at all – in the event of a reaction.  
By Sarah Anderson on 28 September 2017
Cereals & beef Robert and Jac Neill farm at Upper Nisbet, near Jedburgh, in the Scottish Borders
By Sarah Anderson on 28 September 2017
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