Scottish farmers enjoyed success at this year’s Agri Expo at Harrison and Hetherington’s Borderway Mart in Carlisle.
Charolais bulls achieved the highest price of the fixture at the closing day of the Stirling Bull Sales yesterday.
Farmers and crofters with water-logged fields as a result of water being pumped away from flooded houses or roads may be entitled to compensation, claim lawyers.
North Country Cheviot rams sold to a top price of £4,100 at the breed’s annual show and sale at Aberdeen and Northern Marts’ Caithness Livestock Centre.
Aberdeen rider Millie Lawson had a successful debut at the Horse of the Year Show.
The deadline is fast approaching for two prestigious industry awards.
The hunt is on to find the best beef and sheep farms in Scotland.
Livestock breeders and spectators from the north enjoyed a cracking day out at the Sutherland Show, held at Dornoch Links on Saturday, where a Highland pony was champion of champions.
Farmers, crofters and agricultural workers are being told “look out, look up” for overhead electricity lines during harvest.
Scotbeef Inverurie is on track to complete construction of its new abattoir by the end of 2020.
In her monthly column Susan Webb, director of public health for NHS Grampian, offers advice on keeping your lungs healthy
The Conservatives have made an election pledge to maintain levels of farm funding for the lifetime of the next Parliament – a full two years longer than the current commitment.
Vegetable producers fear the seasonal workers who are now on their way home to Eastern Europe after a summer in the fields won’t return to Scotland next spring.
The UK should put punitive tariffs on agricultural products in the event of a no-deal Brexit to limit cheaper imports and protect farmers, the Scottish Affairs Committee has urged.
Figures have revealed farmers and crofters are receiving the lowest prices in four years for new season lambs, according to Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
Shetland farmer Jamie Leslie is in the running to be named the best beef farmer in Scotland.
Manufacturers have unveiled their new and updated combines ready for harvest next year.
The owner of the Portgordon maltings, near Buckie, has blamed higher grain prices at Harvest 2018 and caution from distillers for a drop in pre-tax profits last year.
Eighty years ago, renowned gear maker David Brown (DB) and Sons of Huddersfield launched its first tractor.
From Tarland to Tanzania - agricultural researcher, Dr Jenna Ross, is on a mission to help farmers across the world tackle slugs.
Tenant Farming Commissioner Bob McIntosh has reminded farmers there is less than a year left to make use of the tenants’ amnesty.
The decline in prime cattle prices has cost Scottish finishers around £30 million since last November, according to Quality Meat Scotland.
The hunt is on for two “forward-thinking” farmers who will be capable of demonstrating sustainable farming techniques after a three-year programme of training, technical support and mentoring.
A farming couple from near Inverness have transformed an old horse box into a mobile farm shop to sell home-reared beef from their Highland cattle fold.
For as long as I’ve known my other half (almost 17 years), I’ve been keenly aware that farms and working in agriculture is dangerous.
The busy ringside had to hold on until the end of the day to witness the top price at the Lanark Texel ram lamb sale, but it was worth the wait, with Midlock Capaldi soaring to 200,000gns – the second-top price ever paid for a Texel.
A young farmer from the north has been crowned winner of this year’s NFU Mutual and Scotland Food & Drink Inspirational Young Person Award.
Gray Farms Limited is one of two farms in the running for this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) good farming practice award.
The cost of rural crime in Scotland was up 62.2% last year to more than £1.57 million, according to NFU Mutual.
A new record price for a North Country Cheviot was achieved at United Auctions, Lairg, yesterday, when a ram from Torrish Estate sold for £18,000.
A Fettercairn farm has been crowned cream of the crop in this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) growing cereals competition.
Sisters Eilidh and Erin Duncan from Aberdeenshire have become well known on the agricultural show circuit since establishing their Braemuir Charollais flock 10 years ago.