A shearling by Biggins Napier took the top price of £6,200 at Caithness tup sale in Quoybrae last Friday.
The Mitchell family from Haughs of Ballinshoe ,Forfar have “put Scotland on the world ploughing map” according to Scottish Ploughing Championships chairman Rab Birrell.
The time is right for the UK Government to back a massive increase in home food production, according to Meurig Raymond, the president of the National Farmers Union for England and Wales.
Scottish agriculture must move on following the referendum decision and focus on driving the sector forward, according to NFU Scotland.
The Scottish Government must focus its efforts on implementing Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) reform, according to chair of the Rural Better Together campaign.
The majority of Scotland’s farmers and crofters will breathe a sigh of relief this morning.
European Union membership is key for farmers voting in today's independence referendum.
A joint initiative aimed at applying a common sense test to farm rent reviews is now up and running.
Lantra Scotland is on the hunt for nominations for the Land-based and Aquaculture of the Year Awards.
The UK Government has consistently failed Scottish farmers and fishermen during European Union negotiations, according to rural affairs secretary Richard Lochhead.
A Muir of Ord farming family, along with two other families in the Highlands, is set to open its doors as part of a government-funded farm efficiency scheme.
Long-serving Irish politician Phil Hogan has emerged as European Agricultural Commissioner designate.
Farmers face the risk of being fined £1,000 for driving vehicles weighing more than 3.5tonnes without the right paperwork, warns NFU Scotland (NFUS).
A horse that was a "real delight", with the scope and potential to progress to do any job, reigned supreme at the Scottish Coloured Show.
Fyvie farmer Charlie Horn has won the overall prize in this year's Turriff Show Cereal Growing Competition.
The current growing year has seen a sea-change in the grain industry’s approach to disease control – marking the first time that agronomists have actively sought out plant breeders looking for answers to disease pressures rather than turning to the “contents of a tin”.
Talk about working to the wire.
Scotland's main decisions about implementing the new Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) have now been formally submitted to Europe.
Farmers and horse enthusiasts from across the north and north-east are getting ready to compete their beasts at the Turriff Show with some of the Queen's own cattle in the running for a hallowed rosette.
The Scottish Government has finally notified Europe about its plans for implementing Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) reform.
The two breeds which dominate the Kintyre Agricultural Society’s show at Campbeltown, in Argyll – Ayrshire dairy cattle and Bluefaced Leicester sheep – both came to the fore to win their respective overall championships.
One of the riskiest activities in the farming world is spraying glyphosate anywhere near a growing crop of seed potatoes.
Good entries came forward for the annual Highland Pony Breed Show at Strathallan Castle, Perthshire, which had a wide selection of classes to show the versatility of the Highland pony breed.
Some of the very first Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep in the country were on display at Braco Show last weekend.
New European regulations surrounding organic farming have the potential to devastate the sector in the UK, warns a leading organic body.
The Black Isle Farmers' Society has launched a £5,000 educational bursary scheme to support agricultural students in the Highlands and Islands.
Press and Journal Farming is running a special competition to find the best picture of Harvest 2014.
Three of the leading membership organisations in the country have joined forces to launch an initiative aimed at applying a common sense test to farm rent reviews.
The concept of “Planning for Profit” seems to be a popular one if the attendance at a recent on-farm event at Carnoustie is anything to go by.
Three 20,000gn sales, combined with a further four five-figured price tups, ensured a boost in averages at the Scottish show and sale of Suffolk ram lambs at Stirling yesterday - albeit with a clearance rate of just 63%.
The Scottish Government has finally provided some clarity to farmers over the shape of greening rules under Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) reform.
Scots farm minister Richard Lochhead and his UK Government counterpart George Eustice were at loggerheads over Scottish independence and agriculture at a heated debate in Dingwall Mart on Wednesday.