Farmers and producers will have to foot the bill for additional paperwork required to export animal products to the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The UK Government today pledged to protect farmers' incomes amid the uncertainty prompted by the UK's vote to leave the EU.
A farming organisation has called for clarification on post-Brexit immigration policy, particularly around seasonal workers.
Food and farming minister George Eustice has acknowledged there are no guarantees over the future of valuable legal protection for famous Scottish produce such as Orkney cheddar and Stornoway black pudding after Brexit.
The head of the National Farmers' Union of Scotland has warned MPs that agriculture must not become expendable in the Brexit negotiations.
A group of MPs today called on Theresa May to take action to safeguard the countryside and farming after Brexit.
Thousands of farmers are protesting in Brussels to demand European Union action to counter the slumping prices they get for milk and pork.
Dozens of amendments will be added to the Scottish Government’s land reform bill to make it even more “radical”.
Meat-eaters should be targeted with public campaigns in the same way as smokers, according to Labour's new shadow environment secretary.
A new blueprint for deer management on Scotland's forest estate was launched by Environment Minister Paul Wheelhouse yesterday.