A new Great Britain-wide campaign to highlight the role of red meat in a healthy diet was launched yesterday.
The hunt is on to find the best sheep farmer in Scotland.
A new study has revealed that award-winning food and drink festival Taste of Grampian is boosting the north-east economy by more than £2million every year.
It was the turn of Scottish parliamentarians yesterday to hear of the woes which have afflicted the online filing of Single Application Forms (SAFs).
MSPs are set to hear evidence from farmers on how Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) implementation and the new online Single Application Form (Saf) process is going.
A charity tractor run was held in Aberdeenshire last month.
Seed potato growers who have been confident that crucial trade with Egypt and other non-EU markets would not be disrupted by Brexit may be in for a shock.
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.
Scottish producers sold more than £1billion-worth of food and drink to Asia last year, according to newly released figures.
A huge entry of sheep will compete to be crowned the creme de la creme of Scottish agriculture at this year's Royal Highland Show.
Young farmers in Scotland are being targeted as part of a scheme to urge agriculture's next generation to rethink the way it approaches farm safety.
An award-winning farmer is set to embark on a 5,000-mile journey around the coast of mainland Britain to raise money for a kidney cancer charity.
With sluggish consumer demand, seasonal over-supply and an unfavourable exchange rate which attracts imports and depresses the export trade, beef cattle prices are unlikely to return to the peaks of two years ago in the in the near future, according to Alan McNaughton, site director at McIntosh Donald’s meat processing plant at Portlethen.
The route into a career in farming is to be made simpler and more efficient thanks to further development of Ringlink's innovative internship scheme.
Scots sheep farmers are set to cash in on the strong demand for wool this year.
Kuhn Farm Machinery is launching a new six-metre minimum tillage drill at next month's Cereals event.
Labour's new shadow environment secretary has defended saying meat should be treated like tobacco with public campaigns to stop people eating it.
This year's AgriScot event will be the platform for John Deere to launch its new 8000 Series self-propelled forage harvesters.
Since becoming a mother almost five years ago, I have come to realise that dairy farming is a bit like parenting - for my husband, that is.
Moves to simplify the Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) have been welcomed as the start of a long but vital process.
Meat-eaters should be targeted with public campaigns in the same way as smokers, according to Labour's new shadow environment secretary.
Thousands of farmers will receive a cash boost next week as part of a £12.2million Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) refund.
There will be 800 shearling rams and ram lambs on offer at Thainstone on Tuesday at the Aberdeen and Northern Marts' annual pedigree ram sale.
Rapeseed oil growers could be facing a huge problem with the cabbage stem flea beetle (CSFB), warn experts.
A new EU scientific advice body will be set up to provide guidance on legislation including the use of genetically modified (GM) crops.
John Deere will debut its new 8000 Series self-propelled forage harvester and 6R Series mid-range tractor at next month's Royal Highland Show.
Farm leaders across Europe have called on the European Commission to take urgent action to improve the beef market.
Farmers in the Highlands could be forced to travel hundreds of miles with dead animals for post-mortem if plans to close the Inverness veterinary disease surveillance centre (DSC) go ahead.
The company behind a travel concept which blends camping with rural life is proving hugely popular on farms down south.