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Royal Highland Show – news roundup

23 June 2000
Royal Highland Show – news roundup

Farm leaders pledge to work together
23 June, 2000
TWO farmers leaders from England and Scotland attempted to put aside their differences and present a united front at the Royal Highland Show.

Scots parliament failing farming
23 June, 2000
SCOTLANDS parliament has allowed farmers to voice their concerns direct to politicians, who have in return done little for agriculture, says a farmers leader.

Eight deaths on Scots farms in 99
23 June, 2000
EIGHT people were killed on farm related accidents in Scotland last year, health and safety officials have said.

If its too hard, get out of farming – Walker
23 June, 2000
SCOTTISH farmers facing difficulties should get out of agriculture, says Jim Walker, leader of the National Farmers Union of Scotland.

Scots must lose 4000 farms, says bank
22 June, 2000
ONE in five Scottish farmers must quit if the industry is to recover from the worst collapse in incomes since the 1930s, according to a survey by Lloyds TSB Bank.

Rain greets Royal Highland crowds
22 June, 2000
HEAVY showers greeted the opening of the Royal Highland Show near Edinburgh.

Scots need action, not strategy – Walker
21 June, 2000
ACTION, not strategy, is required now if agriculture in Scotland is to return to profitability, a Scottish farmers leader has told conference delegates.

Royal Highland entries on the rise
20 June, 2000
ENTRIES in the cattle, sheep and horse classes are all up on 1999 at this years Royal Highland Show.

Minister promises Scots farm talks
20 June, 2000
SCOTTISH rural affairs minister Ross Finnie has pledged that discussion and partnership will form the basis of future agriculture policy in Scotland.

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Royal Highland Show – news roundup

23 June 2000
Royal Highland Show – news roundup

Scots parliament failing farming
23 June, 2000
SCOTLANDS parliament has allowed farmers to voice their concerns direct to politicians, who have in return done little for agriculture, says a farmers leader.

Eight deaths on Scots farms in 99
23 June, 2000
EIGHT people were killed on farm related accidents in Scotland last year, health and safety officials have said.

If its too hard, get out of farming – Walker
23 June, 2000
SCOTTISH farmers facing difficulties should get out of agriculture, says Jim Walker, leader of the National Farmers Union of Scotland.

Scots must lose 4000 farms, says bank
22 June, 2000
ONE in five Scottish farmers must quit if the industry is to recover from the worst collapse in incomes since the 1930s, according to a survey by Lloyds TSB Bank.

Rain greets Royal Highland crowds
22 June, 2000
HEAVY showers greeted the opening of the Royal Highland Show near Edinburgh.

Scots need action, not strategy – Walker
21 June, 2000
ACTION, not strategy, is required now if agriculture in Scotland is to return to profitability, a Scottish farmers leader has told conference delegates.

Royal Highland entries on the rise
20 June, 2000
ENTRIES in the cattle, sheep and horse classes are all up on 1999 at this years Royal Highland Show.

Minister promises Scots farm talks
20 June, 2000
SCOTTISH rural affairs minister Ross Finnie has pledged that discussion and partnership will form the basis of future agriculture policy in Scotland.

    Read more on:
  • News

Royal Highland Show – news roundup

23 June 2000
Royal Highland Show – news roundup

Eight deaths on Scots farms in 99
23 June, 2000
EIGHT people were killed on farm related accidents in Scotland last year, health and safety officials have said.

If its too hard, get out of farming – Walker
23 June, 2000
SCOTTISH farmers facing difficulties should get out of agriculture, says Jim Walker, leader of the National Farmers Union of Scotland.

Scots must lose 4000 farms, says bank
22 June, 2000
ONE in five Scottish farmers must quit if the industry is to recover from the worst collapse in incomes since the 1930s, according to a survey by Lloyds TSB Bank.

Rain greets Royal Highland crowds
22 June, 2000
HEAVY showers greeted the opening of the Royal Highland Show near Edinburgh.

Scots need action, not strategy – Walker
21 June, 2000
ACTION, not strategy, is required now if agriculture in Scotland is to return to profitability, a Scottish farmers leader has told conference delegates.

Royal Highland entries on the rise
20 June, 2000
ENTRIES in the cattle, sheep and horse classes are all up on 1999 at this years Royal Highland Show.

Minister promises Scots farm talks
20 June, 2000
SCOTTISH rural affairs minister Ross Finnie has pledged that discussion and partnership will form the basis of future agriculture policy in Scotland.

    Read more on:
  • News

Royal Highland Show – news roundup

23 June 2000
Royal Highland Show – news roundup

If its too hard, get out of farming – Walker
23 June, 2000
SCOTTISH farmers facing difficulties should get out of agriculture, says Jim Walker, leader of the National Farmers Union of Scotland.

Eight people killed on Scottish farms
22 June, 2000
EIGHT people were killed on farm related accidents in Scotland last year, health and safety officials have said.

Scots must lose 4000 farms, says bank
22 June, 2000
ONE in five Scottish farmers must quit if the industry is to recover from the worst collapse in incomes since the 1930s, according to a survey by Lloyds TSB Bank.

Rain greets Royal Highland crowds
22 June, 2000
HEAVY showers greeted the opening of the Royal Highland Show near Edinburgh.

Scots need action, not strategy – Walker
21 June, 2000
ACTION, not strategy, is required now if agriculture in Scotland is to return to profitability, a Scottish farmers leader has told conference delegates.

Royal Highland entries on the rise
20 June, 2000
ENTRIES in the cattle, sheep and horse classes are all up on 1999 at this years Royal Highland Show.

Minister promises Scots farm talks
20 June, 2000
SCOTTISH rural affairs minister Ross Finnie has pledged that discussion and partnership will form the basis of future agriculture policy in Scotland.

    Read more on:
  • News

Royal Highland Show – news roundup

22 June 2000
Royal Highland Show – news roundup

Eight people killed on Scottish farms
22 June, 2000
EIGHT people were killed on farm related accidents in Scotland last year, health and safety officials have said.

Scots must lose 4000 farms, says bank
22 June, 2000
ONE in five Scottish farmers must quit if the industry is to recover from the worst collapse in incomes since the 1930s, according to a survey by Lloyds TSB Bank.

Rain greets Royal Highland crowds
22 June, 2000
HEAVY showers greeted the opening of the Royal Highland Show near Edinburgh.

Scots need action, not strategy – Walker
21 June, 2000
ACTION, not strategy, is required now if agriculture in Scotland is to return to profitability, a Scottish farmers leader has told conference delegates.

Royal Highland entries on the rise
20 June, 2000
ENTRIES in the cattle, sheep and horse classes are all up on 1999 at this years Royal Highland Show.

Minister promises Scots farm talks
20 June, 2000
SCOTTISH rural affairs minister Ross Finnie has pledged that discussion and partnership will form the basis of future agriculture policy in Scotland.

    Read more on:
  • News
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