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Union urges clarity over Beef Efficiency Scheme

NFU Scotland is urging the government to provide clarity on when applicants to Scotland’s new Beef Efficiency Scheme are going to receive the tags necessary to meet scheme rules.

An estimated 180,000 beef cows from 2,000 Scottish farmers have enrolled in the new five-year £45 million rural development scheme, which looks to improve the efficiency, sustainability and quality of the herd while helping producers increase the genetic value of their stock and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

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