Scottish National Farmers' Union spokesman David Houghton said: "We want to highlight the fact that current prices are inadequate.
What does SNFU stand for?
SNFU stands for Scottish National Farmers' Union (UK)
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Scottish National Farmers' Union president Jim Walker said: "Today's announcement is a step on the way to making the sector workable again, but unless we proceed with caution, further steps will be compromised.
A spokesperson for the Scottish National Farmers' Union said: "This has astronomical welfare implications for farmers and animals.
But Scottish National Farmers' Union president Jim Walker says there would be no winners taking illegal action against the French.
And Scottish National Farmers' Union president Jim Walker said: "At long last, the industry in Scotland can start planning practical ways to win new markets.
Scottish National Farmers' Union president George Lyon said: "We have always questioned the justification for the ban.
The new president of the Scottish National Farmers' Union is to stand for the new Parliament - but most Westminster MPs are steering clear.