The National Farmers Union (NFU) Scotland will be bringing a series of events of the road this May and June.

The events will discuss future agricultural policy in Scotland and the transition from a post-Brexit, post-Common Agricultural Policy era.

“A new Scottish agricultural support framework is currently being developed which will fundamentally change the way farmers and crofters in Scotland are supported to meet new policy goals,” said Jonnie Hall, director of policy at NFU Scotland.

Hall will be attending the events alongside NFU Scotland president Martin Kennedy.

“We invite all farmers and crofters to join us to hear more about how future policy is developing,” Hall added.

“More importantly, we want to hear from farmers and crofters on what these changes will mean for them, and I invite them to join us in person at one of these 12 roadshows.”

The dates and locations for the union’s shows:

May 167:00p.mThe Lodge, Carfraemill
May 177:30p.m
Crossroads Hub, Kilmarnock
May 187:00p.mThe Village Hall, Broadford
May 197:00p.mDingwall Mart, Dingwall
May 23 7:00p.m Thainstone Mart, Inverurie
May 24 7:00p.m McDiarmid Park, Perth
May 25 7:30p.m The Town Hall, Campbelltown
May 26 7:30p.m The Rockfield Centre, Oban
May 30 7:00p.m The Albert Hotel, Kirkwall
May 31 7:00p.m
The Shetland Hotel, Lerwick
June 2 7:00p.m The Market Inn Hotel, Castle Douglas
June 7 7:30p.m The Garfield House Hotel, Stepps