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Preparing farmers and crofters for change

NFU Scotland used Scotland’s premier agricultural event to put a vision for Scottish agriculture at the heart of Brexit negotiations.

Using last week’s Royal Highland Show – which took place at Ingliston near Edinburgh – as a platform, the Union rolled out its discussion document ‘Change – A New Agricultural Policy for Scotland Post-Brexit’ to members, stakeholders and politicians.

The document will be the stimulus for discussion and debate with members at almost 30 agricultural shows this summer; a focus for the Tory Party conference and the union’s autumn conference in October; a driver for debate at AgriScot in November and the basis for a round of regional member meetings across Scotland pre-Christmas.

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