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Stuart Martin of the Scottish Dairy Hub signed a pledge to adopt good practice in communications to support those within the farming and crofting community who have dyslexia along with NFU Mutual, Ringlink Scotland, Quality Meat Scotland, SAOS, Scottish Natural Heritage, Lantra and the Epidemiology, Population health and Infectious disease Control (EPIC) centre.
For any organisations who would like more information about the Farming With Dyslexia pledge, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.