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Smith Commission: Will Scottish farming be better off?

The Smith Commission was set up after the referendum to enhance devolution.

Under its recommendations, Scotland will gain control over income tax, air passenger duty and voting rights for 16 and 17 year olds.

BBC Scotland has been taking a look at the other powers that could be devolved to Holyrood.

In the second in a series of reports, BBC Scotland's Willie Johnston takes a look the regulation of farming.

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