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A trouble shared is a trouble halved - farmers urged ‘Don’t wrap up’

RURAL organisations and the Scottish Government are joining forces to promote an important message to farmers - ‘don’t wrap up’ this Christmas. The campaign is looking to highlight mental health rates in rural Scotland, what the signs of mental illness can be and the different ways to offer support.

Christmas, in particular, can be a hard time of year for many farmers, and with the cold weather, short days, seeing everyone else get time off while they still have to work, it can all add up.

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