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Scottish farmers are to be offered loans this autumn in lieu of their anticipated Basic Payment Scheme monies, as part of a new CAP stabilisation plan announced by rural affairs secretary Fergus Ewing. Applications for the loans should open in late September, with 90% of expected BPS and “greening” support delivered to eligible applicants from November. This will be the third year in a row that loan schemes have had to be used because of the failure of the Scottish […]
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