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Farmers praised for efforts during the recent big freeze

SCOTLAND’S farmers have been praised for their efforts during the cold snap that affected many parts of the country last week.

NFU Scotland president Andrew McCornick said: ‘The bad weather is further proof of what a difficult but vital job our farmers, crofters and growers do, as they continue to brave the Arctic conditions to keep Scotland’s food chains running and shop shelves stocked.

‘Our local secretaries, regional managers and head office staff have been taking many calls from members around the country and we are feeding their experiences into the Scottish Government and its Weather Advisory Panel.

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