NFU Scotland is asking dog owners to remember to put their dog on a lead when around livestock over the festive period, as many walk off those mince pies and selection box sweets over the coming weeks.
Our members can be reassured that their union has begun engagement with this new parliament today and we will make tracks to Westminster at the earliest opportunity says NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick
NFUS staff and officeholders continue to work with farmers and stakeholders to find a solution to biofuel situation
If the BBC programme “Meat a threat to our planet?” achieved anything, it served to highlight our moral responsibility to feed ourselves and not export our environmental conscience abroad writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.
The four UK farming union Presidents have responded to the BBC’s documentary Meat: a threat to our planet?
NFU Scotland is now taking nominations for the position of Vice President.
Stewart Stevenson MSP has this week refuted claims from David Duguid’s column about £160 million worth of convergence funding from the European Union
Brexit worries, tariff concerns, mixed weather and high drying costs are blighting what promised to be a great harvest in Scotland. Crop reports from around the country show all farmers in the same boat.
A prolonged three-year low in the beef price is seriously impacting the incomes of farms and crofters across the country, warns NFU Scotland.
NFUS Vice President Martin Kennedy writes, Appreciate us or lose us as he uses his blog to highlight the uphill battle Scotland’s farmers and crofters are facing trying to continue to provide a public good while being met with constant pressure.