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NFU Scotland said as the country enters the recovery phase, Scottish agriculture should embrace change and seek new market opportunities, and lead in the delivery of climate ambitions and a flourishing environment.

Scottish dairy sector looking to recovery

By Jim Cornall

As countries emerge from lockdown restrictions, Scotland’s dairy farmers are looking to build stronger supply chains and discuss milk contracts as they recover from the impacts of the coronavirus crisis, says NFU (National Farmers’ Union) Scotland.

The deal so far only includes dairy farmers in England.

UK government helps dairy farmers

By Jim Cornall

A support package to help English dairy farmers hit by an economic storm caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been announced by government.

The 12-week promotional campaign starts next week.

UK dairy industry launches £1m consumer campaign

By Jim Cornall

The UK dairy sector in partnership with the Government has announced a new joint-funded campaign to highlight the importance of ‘human connections’ during the current coronavirus crisis.

The RABDF is urging every producer who has been affected to fill out a two-minute survey each day to account for losses after the Government called for data on the severity of the issue.

Dairy industry unites to call for immediate action

By Jim Cornall

Appeals for urgent government action to save the UK dairy industry during the coronavirus crisis have been backed by the entire supply chain, including UK farming unions, Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF), Dairy UK and the Provision Trade...

The NFU said it has been working with Defra to develop proposals to stabilize business in the wider economy.

NFU and dairy industry call for action

By Jim Cornall

Following a dairy crisis meeting yesterday, the dairy industry has united behind the need for meaningful action to avoid a national catastrophe in UK dairying.

RABDF and the NFU both expressed concerns over the new immigration policy.

Dairy farmers group slams UK government immigration proposals

By Jim Cornall

The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) is calling on the Government to amend its decision not to include dairy workers on the MAC shortage occupation list following the announcement of a new points-based immigration system.

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