Concerns over dyslexia in farming community

NFU Scotland has launched a campaign to raise awareness about dyslexia, after figures show a high number of Scottish farmers with the condition.

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NFU Scotland highlights dyslexia concerns

Dyslexia is more common amongst farmers in Scotland Credit: ITV Border Life

The National Farmers Union in Scotland is launching a campaign to raise awareness of dyslexia in the farming community.

Dyslexia affects around half a million people in Scotland, and it's thought the number is considerably higher for farmers.

In fact, Scotland's Rural College says that one in four of its agriculture students is dyslexic.

You can find out more by watching Border Life Episode 30 tonight.

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