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Colin Ley

Colin Ley is a freelance journalist and agricultural communications professional who writes for IEG Policy on a range of topics, specialising notably in French agriculture and agri-politics.

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Scots pig plant set for CO2 shutdown next week

Scotland's flagship pig processing plant is due to run out of CO2 on Tuesday (June 26) next week, stopping production until new supplies arrive.

United Kingdom Hogs & Pork

Stark warning for Scottish livestock farming if climate change plans implemented

Livestock farming in Scotland will become unviable in the future if climate change proposals currently before the Scottish Parliament are allowed to pass into law, according to a leading meat industry official.

United Kingdom Cattle & Beef

Stark warning for future of Scottish livestock farming if climate change plans implemented

Livestock farming in Scotland will become unviable in the future if climate change proposals currently before the Scottish Parliament are allowed to pass into law, according to a leading meat industry official.

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Scotland can control its own farm funding post-Brexit, says Gove

The prospect of direct farm support payments being maintained in Scotland post-Brexit, but phased out in England, was accepted by Defra Minister Michael Gove as a simple consequence of devolution during a visit to the Royal Highland Show, near Edinburgh, this week (June 21).

European Agricultural Policy Budget and Financing

Challenging work environment is slowing advances in farm level robotics

The development of farm sector robotics continues to lag some way behind other industries, but technology investors still see robots having an impact on food and agriculture in the long term.

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Alternative protein sales set for strong annual growth in US and Europe

Retail sales of plant-based protein are set to grow by 7% annually in both the US and Europe over the next few years taking US market value to US$6 billion by 2022, double the current worth of product sales for the sector.

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