Most Scottish growers "would have to switch" without migrant workers

Nearly two-thirds of Scottish growers who employ migrant seasonal workers say they would have to switch to other forms of farming if they did not have access to this workforce, while more than half said they may diversify into non-agricultural activities, according to a new report by Scotland's Rural College (SRUC).

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