A case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, has been confirmed on a farm in Aberdeenshire.
An Aberdeenshire farmer whose pedigree sheep were chased to their death by dogs has backed the call for increased legislation surrounding sheep worrying.
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".
Muller has served termination notices to 14 of its 26 Aberdeenshire dairy farmer suppliers.
A case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has been confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm for the first time in 10 years.
More than £245,000 worth of quad bikes, tractors, trailers and diggers have been stolen from farms across Grampian over the last four years.
Shocking new evidence of the scale of Scotland's sheep worrying problem has led to calls for dog-owners to take further action to prevent their pets from killing or harming livestock.
Farm leaders have been quick to reassure consumers of the safety of Scottish beef after a case of BSE was confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm.
Farming chiefs are calling for tougher punishments for livestock worriers following a sheep attack so violent the photographs of the aftermath are unpublishable.
Angry farmers have castigated the Scottish Government after it emerged there are still thousands of basic payments to be made with just weeks left until the deadline.
A farmer is counting the cost after more than 50 of his sheep, including dozens of lambs, perished in a major blaze.
The Aberdeenshire farmer whose cow tested positive for the first case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in Scotland in a decade has described the situation as "devastating".
A farmer has spoken of his devastation after one of his cows was found to have BSE.
The unusual sight of vintage tractors playing football helped the Fettercairn Show pull in one of the largest crowds in its 200-year history.
A man has been charged with stealing cattle, sheep dogs and farm vehicles worth more than £80,000 during a crime spree across the north-east.
A man with a passion for livestock has not let cancer get in the way of his early-morning routine tending to animals.
Police are investigating two separate incidents of sheep worrying at a farm near Huntly, which has resulted in the death of six animals.
Scotland's transport minister has been accused of ignoring the concerns of hundreds of landowners who have faced months of misery due to the Aberdeen bypass works.
The owner of the north-east's biggest mart have won their fight to expand a business park and create hundreds of jobs.
A 34-year-old man has been charged after 65 lambs were attacked during an alleged sheep worrying incident in the Turriff area.
The family of the late Press and Journal farming editor Joe Watson has unveiled a bench to commemorate him and his father.
Celebrity chef James Martin might have enjoyed top billing on the Taste of Grampian line-up, but he had some stiff competition from another visitor to the show.
Two people have been charged after a farmer shot their dog dead because it killed two of his sheep.
Police were today hunting for thieves who stole more than £30,000 worth of cattle from farms.
Heavy rain showers did not dampen a fiery first day at the Turriff Show as thousands of people turned out for one of the biggest events on the agricultural calendar.
A charity tractor run was held in Aberdeenshire last month.
An Aberdeenshire farmer has drafted in two surprising security guards to protect this year’s turkeys as orders come in for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Police have warned visitors to the north-east’s biggest agricultural show to behave responsibly after the marquee dance at a similar event was marred by trouble earlier this month.
An Aberdeenshire farmer has had his £70,000 tractor stolen in what he has branded a "pre-planned attack".
The annual Christmas tree harvest is in full swing after the first fir from one of Britain's biggest plantations got the chop.
An administrator has been ordered to look into the assets of a north-east farmer who committed a £650,000 tax fraud to try and find the funds still due to the Crown.
Cases of livestock worrying have soared across the north of Scotland, new figures have revealed.