Well-known Western Isles farmer Hamish Angus Mackenzie has died at the age of 83.
It’s not often the last animal in the ring attracts one of the day’s top bids, but trade for Charolais bulls got stronger as the Stirling sale progressed and concluded with a top bid of 12,000gn.
It is consistently Scotland’s dearest market for finished cattle, and carries a nationwide reputation for selling top stock.
Shearers and fans of the sport flocked to Lochearnhead for the annual Scottish Blackface Shearing Championships where Calum Shaw, from Fife, won his first open Lochearnhead title.
The British Charolais Cattle Society has thanked "strong commercial interest" for an increase in averages at its spring show and sale of bulls in Carlisle.
Farmers and sheep breeders from across Scotland with gather at Lanark Mart later this month for the UK’s biggest show and sale of pedigree Texel sheep.
Aberdeen-Angus breeders from across Scotland gathered at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, for the Black Beauty Bonanza.
The newly formed Scottish Land Commission has unveiled three more dates for its series of meet and greet events.
Genetics, health and nutrition combined with the Robertson family’s enthusiasm and attention to detail led to Titaboutie Farm, near Aboyne, being named as a runner-up in this year’s Agriscot Scottish Sheep Farm of the Year Award.
The Aberdeen-Angus breed put on its best show yet at the 18th Black Beauty Bonanza at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie.
The pace of implementing the Ag Holdings section of the 2016 Lands Reform Act has been painfully slow and the timetable seems to be slipping by the month.
Farmers from across Scotland gathered in Perth last week for the 34th annual Yara Farmers Curling Competition.
An era of fairer and less confrontational farm rent reviews has been predicted by Scottish farming unions as work begins on the mechanics of assessing productive land values.
Fortuitously the strawberry season begins just as the summer holidays kick in and families are keen to explore the Scottish countryside.
A hard Brexit would have a “catastrophic” impact on the European meat industry according to a new report by UECBV, the federation which represents 20,000 livestock and meat companies across EU member states.
The Princess Royal toured Aberdeenshire yesterday when she visited the Royal Northern Spring Show and gave her blessing to a new £11.5million school "for future generations".
Seven sheep have been killed on a Moray farm with dogs feared to be responsible for “the carnage”.
Farmers, crofters and pig keepers have been reminded not to feed kitchen scraps to pigs.
A stylish Charolais bull called Blackford Leonardo walked away with the supreme championship for Inverness-shire breeder Anne Macpherson family from Croy.
Exactly 200 years after Scots inventor James Small began his pioneering work to develop the modern plough the Scottish Ploughing Championships held its first contest.
Scottish agriculture’s concerns over access to a post-Brexit labour force continue to dominate political lobbying in the last days of the year.
A cow and calf outfit lead the charge at the major reduction sale of the Woodhall Simmental herd at yesterday's Stirling Bull Sales.
Charolais bulls met a selective trade on the closing day of the Stirling Bull Sales yesterday.
A small-time Charolais breeder from Biggar carried off one of the breed's highest accolades by winning the supreme championship at the Stirling Bull Sales.
Scottish beef producers displayed growing confidence in the future of their sector at yesterday's multi-breed pedigree bull sale in Stirling.
A two-year-old Aberdeen-Angus bull has sold for a five-figure sum in a private deal between two Aberdeenshire breeders.
Aberdeen Northern Marts has shared some of its favourite photos with us from past Christmas Classic events. Looking forward to the next one? You won’t have to wait long. The 25th Aberdeen Christmas Classic will be held at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, on November 27 and 28 and sponsored by NorthLink Ferries. For more information, click here.
Losses narrowed at one of the main milk processors in the UK last year despite a drop in turnover.
Lantra Scotland is on the hunt for nominations for its Land-based and Aquaculture Learner of the Year awards.
A group of 19 rural trainees and apprentices from across Scotland has been shortlisted for Lantra Scotland's prestigious Learner of the Year awards.
An award-winning Aberdeenshire farm shop has been forced to close due to “challenging trading conditions”.
Two well-known livestock breeders from the north-east celebrated their birthdays by taking home the supreme show champion of champions and reserve titles at the Turriff Show.