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Scottish farming still waiting for post-Brexit clarity

Substantial detail is still required on the framework to serve Scottish farming and land management after Brexit, Scottish Land & Estates has said.

The organisation, which represents land-based businesses in Scotland, made the comments following the publication of DEFRA’s Future for food, farming and the environment consultation. The consultation can be read here:-

David Johnstone, chairman of Scottish Land & Estates, said: “Scottish farming is not immediately expecting all the answers as to how the post-Brexit landscape will function but there is a pressing need for both the Scottish and UK Governments to provide further clarity to the sector so that it can start to plan with more certainty.”



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