The world of equestrian showing is always enriched by the characters you meet on an agricultural show day.
Farm stays aren't new to the UK but there's often a disconnect between the accommodation and the working farm outside - and that's a gap Angus farmers Graeme and Louise Nicoll have bridged at Newton of Fothringham with the launch of guided tours.
The British pig industry has welcomed the findings of one of the world's largest reports on animal welfare - covering nearly 5.5million pigs over the last three years.
Scotland's very best young stockmen and women are vying for British team selection ahead of competitions at the World Angus Forum.
Scotland's temperamental climate makes farming difficult at the very best of times.
Scotland's schools should do more to recognise farming as a genuine career, a committee in Westminster has been told.
The first estimate of acreage planted to potatoes in the North-Western European Potato Growers (NEPG) region is projected to have reached a 10-year high.
An engaging educational programme focused on food, farming and rural life will be delivered to more than 30,000 school children during this year's Royal Highland Show.
With Rudolph watching over a herd of grazing reindeer outside Aberuthven, Christmas has certainly come early to Drumtogle Farm.
The prevalence of mental ill-health across Britain is on the rise, with an estimated one in four people experiencing a problem in any one year.
In modern day agriculture it's rare to find an average size or scale farm enterprise capable of comfortably supporting more than one family.
A distinct move by Scottish beef cattle producers to focus on spring calving is evident in the latest statistics for calf registrations.
International scientists have discovered a positive link between the overall health of bees and the presence of active agricultural production.
Scotland's biennial Beef Event will be held against the picturesque backdrop of Earlston in the Scottish Borders next year.
The Scottish lamb supply chain will come under the spotlight during a special conference in Edinburgh next month.