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Sarah Anderson
Sarah Anderson

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Daera’s draft proposals include retaining area-based payments for active farmers but scrapping greening rules.
By Sarah Anderson on 15 February 2018
A new database to prevent horses not intended for human consumption from entering the food supply chain will be up and running this spring.
By Sarah Anderson on 15 February 2018
Curling Olympian, Gordon Muirhead, Glen Girnaig, by Blair Atholl:
I farm: “My boys, Thomas and Glen, run a commercial flock of about 800 cheviot mules. Thomas has about 70 pedigree Texels, and Glen buys a few heifers, which he overwinters, puts in calf and sells.
By Sarah Anderson on 19 February 2018
A breakdown of Scotland's food and drink manufacturing sector (Source SFDF)
By Sarah Anderson on 15 February 2018
What's life like further into the food and drink supply chain? Farmers Journal Scotland speaks to Dave Thomson, CEO of Scotland's Food and Drink Federation
By Sarah Anderson on 15 February 2018
Agriculture should be taught in schools across the whole of the UK, according to MPs.
By Sarah Anderson on 08 February 2018
NFU Scotland is putting pressure on the UK Government to clarify its plans on seasonal labour.
By Sarah Anderson on 08 February 2018
The estimated rise in Scotland's total income from farming in 2017 masks the continuing weak pound.
By Sarah Anderson on 01 February 2018
The Scottish Government has introduced a Bill to reform Scotland’s Crown Estate, giving communities more control over its assets.
By Sarah Anderson on 01 February 2018
The Scottish Government’s rent review system report has made progress on the issue, but more work is required to create a fair method for assessing rent.
By Sarah Anderson on 01 February 2018
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