Scotland’s ploughing champions have travelled to the US state of Minnesota to take on global rivals for the right to be crowned best in the world.
It was very much ladies day at the annual show and sale of Young Farmers’ overwintered cattle at United Auctions’ Huntly Mart, when two teenage girls scooped the top honours.
Seed potato growers who have been confident that crucial trade with Egypt and other non-EU markets would not be disrupted by Brexit may be in for a shock.
Aberdeen-Angus breeders travelled from across the globe yesterday to compete for a slice of the breed’s rare heritage in a green Forfar field.
A chicken hatchery in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, will close next week, with the loss of about 20 jobs.
Thousands of farmers are protesting in Brussels to demand European Union action to counter the slumping prices they get for milk and pork.
Farmers' union NFU Scotland (NFUS) is to extend its monitoring of retail shop shelves to check for signs of the Russian trade ban affecting prices or demand for Scottish produce.