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2012 - a key year for farmers

 After a year that brought everything from extreme weather and sheep electronic identification to high livestock prices and record food and drink sales, in his New Year message, Cabinet Secretary Richard Lochhead MSP said he continues to detect a mood of optimism in Scottish agriculture and a rural sector which is well equipped to cope with the challenges that lie ahead. And, with the Common Agricultural Policy due for reform, he said 2012 was set to be a key year for Scotland's farmers.

 Mr Lochhead said:"Agriculture has a vital role to play in Scotland which is why it's crucial that we get a fair deal for Scotland's farmers when the Common Agricultural Policy is reformed. That means we need a CAP which is flexible, recognises Scotland's diverse needs and which supports genuinely active farmers." 

 

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