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Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary has welcomed the Treasury pledge to pay £160 million of convergence money, but at the same time he has made it very clear he wants the money now, not at some future date.
Trade peaked at £15,000 at Kelso ram sales, where almost 5,000 rams were on offer in 15 rings. Turnover was £2,926,510, with an overall average of £698.28, a rise of £16.76 on the year with an 81.35 per cent clearance rate.
Farmers in Scotland can expect to receive a cash injection under the terms of the Bew Review, published today (September 6), but the Farmers’ Union of Wales has warned the move could distort the market.