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Scotland

Deadline approaches for fallen stock support scheme
Farmers have until Thursday, 31 May to submit their applications for the Scottish Fallen Stock Support Scheme.
By Emily Smith on 25 May 2018
Although they are keeping it quiet, the dealer has heard the industry talking about Kepak getting close to the red meat division of 2 Sisters.
By The Dealer on 24 May 2018
Emma Harper MSP is launching a Members Bill in Holyrood aimed at tackling sheep worrying.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
QMS launched its five-year strategy and detailed its aims for the sector earlier this week.
By Emily Smith on 17 May 2018
NFU Scotland has written to the Scottish Government seeking confirmation that funding and staffing are in place for Brexit.
By Emily Smith on 17 May 2018
An aging farming population is a challenge to farming right across Europe and new models need to be examined to encourage young farmers into the sector.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
Reports suggest that finished cattle are much more difficult to source this week.
By Kieran Mailey on 17 May 2018
Scotland's Rural College has confirmed that it has not heard of any clinical cases of SBV in Scotland this spring.
By Emily Smith on 17 May 2018
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Alison Goldberger moved from Scotland to Austria in 2014. She farms an organic arable and pig farm with her husband.
By Contributor on 17 May 2018
At Mains of Fincastle Farm sheep graze among woodland and use the trees for shelter in the winter. Emily Smith reports.
By Emily Smith on 17 May 2018
NFU Scotland's vice-president Martin Kennedy discusses the importance of trade deals post-Brexit for Scotland.
By Emily Smith on 17 May 2018
With no chemical control options available for leatherjackets, lessons can be learned from organic farmers who’ve perfected cultural control techniques for dealing with the pest.
By Stephen Robb on 17 May 2018
Defra and DIT have been told they have until July to publish guidance and timelines advising businesses on when they can expect more direct guidance on what to do after Brexit.
By Emily Smith on 10 May 2018
The subject of dog attacks was discussed in Scottish Parliament earlier this week.
By Emily Smith on 10 May 2018
While the three-crop rule got approval eventually, PAC produced a hard-hitting report on readiness for Brexit, writes Phelim O’Neill.
By Phelim O'Neill on 10 May 2018
Grass growth is largely underway across the country, but there are still some areas where conditions remain behind. Emily Smith reports.
By Emily Smith on 10 May 2018
Farm Profit Programme: No room for passengers at Arnage
This week Declan Marren talks to the Biffen Family at Arnage to hear how spring work is progressing.
By Declan Marren on 10 May 2018
The fifth annual NFU Scotland stock judging charity event is set to take place in Alford on 18 May.
By Emily Smith on 10 May 2018
NFU Scotland and SAMW met to discuss the need for the Government to further support the livestock industry in Scotland.
By Emily Smith on 10 May 2018
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