Case, Philip
June 2013
Farmers Weekly;6/7/2013, Vol. 159 Issue 23, p65
Trade Publication
The article reports that Scottish farmers affected by severe weather can apply for their share of the 6 million British pounds financial support under the Weather Aid scheme. According to Scottish rural affairs Richard Lochhead, the scheme provides assistance for farmers who suffered livestock and crop losses in the severe snowstorms and sandstorms. National Farmers' Union (NFU) Scotland president Nigel Miller will help in assessing applications for the funding.


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