“Current CAP rules are too prescriptive and do not allow enough tailoring for local circumstances.”
It’s a new game with new rules. Jean-Claude Juncker didn’t mince his words this week. Brexit is by definition disastrous and there’s nothing “soft” about it.
the bird flu prevention measures which meant fowl had to be kept indoors or in a secure environment, are to come to an end on 30th April.
We are three and a half times more likely to work in agriculture than our friends across the border
“Get on with the day job” encapsulates the intellectual pessimism of modern political discourse.
“The story of how I came to spend a significant portion of my life in Orkney begins, bizarrely enough, in Morayshire.”
New rules aimed to improve food traceability, combat fraud and restore consumer trust in the integrity of the food chain have been agreed for the EU.
In Scotland cattle numbers fell 1.4 %, to 1.71 million
“For Orkney farmers and those Scottish farmers firth of here, Brexit presents an existential threat”
Concerns expressed to Holyrood committee about implications of Brexit for agriculture & fishing