Action call by Scottish farmers as meat crisis deepens
SCOTTISH farming leaders have been left "devastated" by the horse-meat scandal which risks tarnishing the industry's hard-won reputation.
SCOTTISH farming leaders have been left \"devastated\" by the horse-meat scandal which risks tarnishing the industry's hard-won reputation.
nigel miller: NFU leader said: 'It's a real blow to us.'
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VICTORIA WELDON and BRIAN DONNELLY
The National Farmers' Union (NFU) Scotland has warned that the country's livestock farmers are becoming increasingly frustrated by the deepening crisis, which is in danger of damaging their livelihoods.
Yesterday it called on the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the Scottish Government to get across to the public that Scotch meat standards remain among the highest in the world.
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