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Colin Ferguson, West Region Agri Affairs rep for SAYFC, reviews the dairy sector for the next generation...
"I think the future for dairying in Scotland is positive. It will, of course, have challenges and we will no doubt continue to experience extreme price volatility. This may be a hard truth, but as an industry, we have to accept this and seek solutions to lessen the impact this has on our businesses."
Find out what else Colin had to say in the full interview, attached below: