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farming fishing and food revitalisingfarmingfarming is at the heart
our natural environment revitalising scottishfarmingfishing and food helping them
fuel from wood revitalising scottishfarmingfishing and food revitalising farming
fishing and food revitalising farmingfarmingis at the heart of
s1m 3274 george lyon organicfarmingaction plan that the parliament
market for products of organicfarmingand b facilitate the promotion
sector and believes that organicfarmingcan operate as part of
as a general principle organicfarmingdelivers identifiable and well researched
any near or adjacent organicfarmingenterprise s1w 1017 tricia marwick
plan on organic food andfarmingfor scotland lodged on 26
plan on organic food andfarmingfor scotland lodged on 26
budget is allocated to organicfarminggiving more money to organic
wishing to convert to organicfarmingin accordance with eu rules
to develop organic food andfarmingin england in your opinion
in rural areas develop organicfarmingin scotland support the scottish
to the development of organicfarmingin the past three and
the environmental benefits of organicfarmingin upland farming which is
marketing of products of organicfarmingincluding any proposed steps to
that soil quality in organicfarmingis much higher there is
level of support for organicfarmingis not the same there
the target is published organicfarmingis to take place and
sum that goes to organicfarmingis very small the total
deliver anything significant for organicfarmingit certainly bears no resemblance
all agricultural land to organicfarmingit is clear that a
vaccination a switch to organicfarminglocal slaughter and the sale
liming and top dressing organicfarmingmeans agricultural production by methods
public transport organic food andfarmingnature conservation eco tourism education
to establish targets for organicfarmingon agricultural land and to
to establish targets for organicfarmingon agricultural land and to
productivity following conversion to organicfarmingon arable land productivity continues
it strenuously however only organicfarmingprovides all the environmental benefits
in europe in developing organicfarmingrhoda grant one of my
of rough grassland to organicfarmingrobin harper would not necessarily
extent in differently managed conventionalfarmingsystems as in organic farming
farming systems as in organicfarmingsystems i am thinking in
known collectively as the organicfarmingtargets and b a plan
harper proposed organic food andfarmingtargets bill proposal for a
harper proposed organic food andfarmingtargets bill proposal for a
harper proposed organic food andfarmingtargets bill proposal for a
of the organic food andfarmingtargets bill that was introduced
be cited as the organicfarmingtargets scotland act 2002 2
section 1 2 2 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill 2 before
general principles of the organicfarmingtargets scotland bill after debate
sp bill 66 pm organicfarmingtargets scotland bill as introduced
of any such person organicfarmingtargets scotland bill as introduced
evidence taking on the organicfarmingtargets scotland bill at stage
stage 1 of the organicfarmingtargets scotland bill be completed
stage 1 debate on organicfarmingtargets scotland bill followed by
stage 1 debate on organicfarmingtargets scotland bill for text
witness expenses scheme 5 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill in private
8 the schedule 3 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill in private
2 29 pm 3 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill in private
bill introduced 28 october organicfarmingtargets scotland bill introduced 30
bill introduced 28 october organicfarmingtargets scotland bill introduced 30
general principles of the organicfarmingtargets scotland bill s1m 3855
bill committee 3 february organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
bill committee 19 february organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
bill committee 3 february organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
meeting 2002 session 1 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
s1m 3856 robin harper organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
renewing local democracy 3 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
bill committee 3 february organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
should be here shortly organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
bill introduced 28 october organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
bill committee 9 january organicfarmingtargets scotland bill stage 1
committee room 2 1 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill the committee
organic inverness shire 2 organicfarmingtargets scotland bill the committee
land being converted to organicfarmingthat definition means that the
80 per cent of scottishfarmingthat would not be organic
define government actions for organicfarmingthe stakeholder group was established
could be exploited for organicfarmingthere is no point in
field for support for organicfarmingthroughout europe but i cannot
genuinely committed to supporting organicfarmingto a greater extent and
might end up skewing organicfarmingtoward the most easy conversion
of organic farming in uplandfarmingwhich is where the bulk
giving more money to organicfarmingwould not involve taking much
development committee on the furfarmingprohibition scotland bill 5 work
in the following bill furfarmingprohibition scotland bill at stage
2 debate on the furfarmingprohibition scotland bill followed by
1 debate on the furfarmingprohibition scotland bill followed by
3 debate on the furfarmingprohibition scotland bill followed by
2 completed 5 march furfarmingprohibition scotland bill passed 6
2 completed 5 march furfarmingprohibition scotland bill passed 6
1 committee 30 october furfarmingprohibition scotland bill stage 1
1 committee 26 february furfarmingprohibition scotland bill stage 1
1 committee 19 december furfarmingprohibition scotland bill stage 1
1 committee 5 february furfarmingprohibition scotland bill stage 1
1 committee 13 november furfarmingprohibition scotland bill stage 1
fatal accident inquiries 4 furfarmingprohibition scotland bill the committee
procurator fiscal service 3 furfarmingprohibition scotland bill the committee
committee room 2 1 furfarmingprohibition scotland bill the committee
development committee on the furfarmingprohibition scotland bill the meeting
pe96 on sea cage fishfarming7 committee away day the
effects of sea cage fishfarmingand the regulatory failure to
pe96 on sea cage fishfarmingbusiness bulletin 137 2000 friday
3 1 sea cage fishfarmingthe committee will consider a
inquiry 3 sea cage fishfarmingthe committee will discuss evidence
96 on sea cage fishfarmingthe committee will take evidence
seem to imply that shellfishfarmingand salmon farming should not
environment the registration of fishfarmingand shellfish farming businesses amendment
2002 the registration of fishfarmingand shellfish farming businesses amendment
of fish farming and shellfishfarmingbusinesses amendment no 2 scotland
of fish farming and shellfishfarmingbusinesses amendment scotland order 2002
farming or a reduction infarmingin certain areas that might
should be no expansion offarmingor a reduction in farming
that shellfish farming and salmonfarmingshould not occur close together
made by scottish owned salmonfarmingcompanies and urges the scottish
the direct comparison of salmonfarmingeffects and non effects was
of the outer hebrides salmonfarminggoes on with very little
ability to try out codfarmingin association with salmon farms
professor richards to expand salmonfarmingin certain areas would produce
predates the beginning of salmonfarmingin scotland although in some
on the expansion of salmonfarmingin scottish coastal waters until
of relatively large scale salmonfarmingin the bay of fundy
as applied to the salmonfarmingindustry can be streamlined and
site basis however the salmonfarmingindustry is important to scotland
on offer to the salmonfarmingindustry it will consider the
1021 mr jamie stone salmonfarmingindustry that the parliament notes
the importance of the salmonfarmingindustry to scotland and calls
what you said about salmonfarmingit appears that there is
reduce the impact of salmonfarmingon salmon stocks nasco has
as the impact of salmonfarmingon wild fish stocks are
minimising the impacts of salmonfarmingon wild fish under the
we need to get salmonfarmingout of the most sensitive
including the impact of salmonfarmingpredation of salmon by seals
the decline impact of salmonfarmingproduction of farmed salmon in
consents for large scale salmonfarmingprofessor richards to expand salmon
s1m 51 fergus ewing salmonfarmingthat the parliament acknowledges the
already been made with salmonfarmingwe must remain vigilant a
tavish scott crisis in salmonfarmingwednesday 22 september 1999 2
if any with multi speciesfarmingfor example one risk could
of the development of fishfarmingin other species of marine
species the future of fishfarmingin scotland may depend on
scientific risks involved in thefarmingof new species and how
pragmatic approach to multi speciesfarmingwhat are the implications of
this time on new speciesfarmingwould be detrimental to scotland
the alleged link between fishfarmingand asp could you update
of the impact of fishfarmingand its nutrient inputs we
existing system of regulating fishfarmingand reduce the impact of
of a link between fishfarmingand the development of algal
the alleged link between fishfarmingand the increases in toxic
used effectively in the fishfarmingareas in that way the
per cent therefore although fishfarmingcontributes to nutrient build up
assess individual sites for fishfarmingdes mcnulty i want to
the possibility of relocation fishfarminghas modified the sites that
for mothers and babies fishfarmingin areas that are deprived
than those applied here fishfarmingin chile is rapidly increasing
into the future of fishfarmingin scotland and what the
gil paterson s1m 2257 fishfarminglodged on 26 september 2001
some modelling work on fishfarmingnutrients that study will be
reduce the impact of fishfarmingon wild fish stocks more
load precautionary assessment of fishfarmingreleases into the environment is
the environmental risks of fishfarmingshould there be a moratorium
most other areas where fishfarmingtakes place we are already
the factors other than fishfarmingthat contribute to the relative
example the contribution from fishfarmingto the total nutrient loading
sustainable rural economy that hasfarmingat its heart it will
the environmental benefits of sustainablefarmingi am thinking not just
the environmental benefits of sustainablefarmingif i may use that
promote environmentally sustainable methods offarmings1o 5822 23 maureen macmillan
a considerable step towards sustainablefarmingwould it be fair to
alex neil s1m 2261 shellfishfarminglodged on 27 september 2001
to the effects on thefarmingand the meat processing industries
agricultural policy will have onfarmings1o 6432 14 david mundell
has been established at tweedbankfarmingand tourism are in the
s downturn in the electronicsfarmingand tourism industries and because
regulation in all sectors includingfarmingcrofting fishing quarrying tourism and
the inspectorate listed estate workfarmingtourism the professions and the
revealed consumer concerns regarding intensivefarmingmethods pesticide contamination food advertising
leaf is about making conventionalfarmingmore efficient with less impact
sea both the fishing andfarmingcommunities were generous to me
important though the subjects offarmingfishing and forestry are i
funds that are available forfarmingfishing and forestry for instance
the dreadful state that thefarmingand agriculture industry is in
s1m 929 state of thefarmingindustry lodged on 31 may
currently affecting the scottish sheepfarmingindustry s1o 273 3 00
fever in the scottish pigfarmingindustry s1w 9156 fergus ewing
alex neil state of thefarmingindustry that the parliament notes
the bill attempts to movefarmingtowards sustainability not just in
than they are for arablefarmingrobin harper as i said
of the collapse of hillfarmingand crofting incomes since his
to the difficulties in hillfarmingand it was said then
in particular in the hillfarmingand pig sectors and calls
in particular in the hillfarmingand pig sectors and calls
land is used for uplandfarmingand you want to skew
the border situation amongst thefarmingcommunities at the frontier zone
tackling long term unemployment infarmingcommunities in rural areas s1f
is being considered to assistfarmingcommunities in view of current
it had been in thefarmingcommunities of her youth and
will affect in particular textilesfarmingand electronics manufacture in areas
see outside the smaller scalefarmingareas but these were of
the special plight of dairyfarmingparticularly in ayrshire calls upon
publication [note: list of names here in original] [note: photo: 'roy's map of the mearns in 1750 showing enclosed land and runrig'] chapter 1farminglife in arbuthnott has developed
stands for linking environment andfarmingthe convener thank you robin
s verdict mr ingram thefarmingcommunity across ayrshire is extremely
causes great concern in afarmingcommunity at a time of
not generally popular in thefarmingcommunity but it might have
situation in which scotland sfarmingcommunity finds itself and in
widespread concern amongst the scottishfarmingcommunity in relation to the
and brought up in afarmingcommunity in rural north east
outbreak as i say thefarmingcommunity is extremely upset there
country this is largely afarmingcommunity of amish mennonite people
been the centre of thefarmingcommunity up to perhaps forty
and the interests of thefarmingcommunity we should also ask
île d orleans a wealthyfarmingcommunity with some interesting french
as leaf linking environment andfarminga difference for rural scotland
in a lot of thefarmingdistricts of scotland not only
expect all the most advancedfarmingtechniques to be practised he
keith raffan s1m 2556 sheepfarmingaround loch katrine lodged on
it is taking to supportfarmingfamilies who have low or
farm at that time dairyfarmingwas gey hard work for
is on the future offarminggiven the impending enlargement of
s book on the no-farmingin the north east er
effect of the delay onfarminginterests but i do not
crab became craib craibs werefarmingon strathmore cromar from the
of the seasons and thefarmingyear it centres on a
1750 which shows early runrigfarmingbased mainly beside sources of
off towards home through familiarfarmingcountry that smelled of rain
regulation and modulation to assistfarmingduring the period of inescapable
carson suffered bouts of malariafarminghas changed a lot in
and the different scales offarmingin the crofting districts of
nature of the textiles andfarmingindustries and recognising that low
is that it really isfarmingit uses the production of
of the coastal area thefarmingpractices that are used or
major supermarket chains and withfarmingrepresentatives of a code of
together as part of afarmingstrategy which encompassed cash as
for the next generation offarmingtenants thus failing to reinvigorate
for the next generation offarmingtenants thus failing to reinvigorate
the conversion rates for uplandfarmingare much less than they
more comprehensive ecological approach tofarmingleaf is about making conventional
the present difficulties in pigfarmingand the failure to secure
be a crisis in islandfarmingfarm subsidies are unrealistic take
playground i hear some amongstfarmingfolk people in the shops
appears to be scots andfarmingremains a main occupation in
to financial hardship in thefarmingsector at a time when
crofts began to disappear asfarmingbecame mechanised and larger units
for industrial purposes such asfarmingbut this was only to
parents were still involved withfarmingeither as tenant farmers or
with a focus such asfarmingmanagement and engineering machine maintenance
erm before they started factoryfarmingand it got so cheap
aim to enhance and protectfarmingassisting farmers to meet the
but not descended from thefarminggod to whom they pray
sector at a time whenfarmingincomes are already at desperately
watson s marvellous book irishfarming1750 to eh 1900 i
s never been static thefarmingtradition seems bred intae the
because i had a croftingfarmingbackground f606: [tut] mm m1036:

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