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.
North-east food and farming firm, Mackie's, is celebrating its 30 years in business with the production of quarter of a million "vintage" ice cream tubs.
Treacle-flavoured rashers are among the intriguing new food products being launched at this year's Taste of Grampian food and drink festival.
Profits rose more than 45% at Breedon Aggregates in 2015 as the building materials firm’s Scottish division overcame a “mixed” year to deliver record results.
It is the ultimate rural student job - a few days in the company of the "country set" taking part in the annual shoot.
The Scottish forestry industry produced a record 7.5 million tonnes of wood in 2014, accounting for 57% of all UK soft wood, figures revealed today will show.
The owner of the north-east's biggest mart have won their fight to expand a business park and create hundreds of jobs.
Walk down the dairy aisle in any big supermarket and the special offers jump off the shelves. “Four pints for one pound”, trumpets one brand, while another offers “Two litres for eighty-nine pence”. Consumers have never had it so good.
A North-east farm shop is ringing in the New Year by encouraging people to think locally and support independent retailers in the wake of the biggest year for food and drink in Scotland.
The powerful protest group, Farmers For Action (FFA) is to lead members and supporters on an industry march to Downing Street later this month.
Clan chiefs were once fierce warriors who would lead their kinsmen into battle, raising their claymores high above their heads as they charged across heather and moor. As the heads of their families, the chiefs were leaders and protectors, defending their clans’ livestock and crops against rivals from both near and far. Fast-forward several hundred years and chiefs now play a wide variety of very different roles in the lives of their clans. Some will preside at clan gatherings in their native land, welcoming guests from throughout the world to our shores, while others will travel to far flung corners of the globe such as Australia and the United States to visit members of the Scottish diaspora and officiate at events including dinners, dances and Highland games.
A north-east rapeseed oil producer has struck a deal to supply Aldi worth £100,000.
One of the north-east's best known ice-cream makers enjoyed a boost in sales due to balmy summer weather - despite facing a sad year clouded by the loss of the husband and wife team that led the firm, Maitland and Halldis Mackie.
Two new “starter units” have been created for young farmers by the Scottish Government.
A leading Scottish hotel group has pledged that all beef and lamb served to guests across Scotland is sourced only from Scottish herds and flocks.
Four former presidents of NFU Scotland have officially come out in favour of a Yes vote in the forthcoming independence referendum.
The Press and Journal is today proud to announce the creation of the Joe Watson Memorial Apprenticeship as part of our Apprentice 100 campaign.
A soon-to-be ex-dairy farmer has accused the government of not doing enough to help the industry.
Directors of the James Hutton Institute (JHI) said plans to increase its revenues was a realisable ambition, although income did not meet a shortfall in funding last year, according to the firm's accounts.
The Scottish Government is a step closer to having more of a say in key European Union negotiations in areas such as fishing and farming.
A tiny tattie developed in Scotland has been deemed to be a "wee Gem".
Latest export figures show that love is firmly in the air for "Label Rouge" Scottish salmon as its popularity continues to grow, a report has found.
Fast growing food and drink firms in Scotland could create up to 10,000 jobs in the next five years as the sector remains on track to double exports, a new report has found.
Going by the results of yesterday's sale of North Country Cheviot lambs at Lairg it would seem that there is some cautious confidence in the sheep sector.
A fish farming business based in Scotland has taken possession of the first of four barges its has ordered from Macduff Shipyards - a deal worth £3.4million.
A Scottish salmon farmer has scooped a grocery industry award for a range of chili and lime infused products.
A stalwart of the Highland farming community has been has been recognised in the Queen's birthday honours just months after retiring.
Forfar Mart's annual Young Farmers sale and show of overwintered calves produced a first class turnout with 39 entries and a record price.
Salmon eggs with improved resistance to sea lice will be made available for sale later this year by aquaculture firm Landcatch in what has been described as a major advance for the industry.
Aberdeenshire ice-cream businessman Maitland Mackie has died at the age of 76.