Northern showjumper Lucy Guild accounted for both inaugural showjumping classes at the recent Gillespie Macandrew Hopetoun House Horse trials.
North-east tractor dealer Sellars Agriculture saw a fall in both turnover and profits last year as a result of farmers buying fewer combines.
Forestry Commission Scotland is set to outline new plans later this month on how to manage a 500-acre farm at the centre of a tree planting furore.
Nearly nine in ten female farmers are optimistic about their future in agriculture, according to results from a Barclays poll.
North-east farmers' co-operative ANM Group has urged members to increase livestock production rather than reduce numbers in response to the new Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) package.
Turriff Show organisers are preparing to celebrate the event's 150th anniversary with a special focus on advances in agriculture over the years.
There seems to be something of a paradox occurring in the Scottish dairy sector.
Dairy companies must adopt better pricing policies to address an ongoing lack of trust in the sector, according to NFU Scotland.
Scottish growers will not be offered the chance to use a banned seed dressing in oilseed rape crops this autumn after Syngenta this week withdrew its application for the emergency use of Cruiser.
The price crisis in the beef sector has left producer confidence so low that many are reconsidering their future in the industry, according to Farmers For Action.
Only 10% of Scottish farmers are in favour of independence, according to a survey carried out by the National Farm Research Unit (NFRU).
Sheep farmers have been urged to be on the lookout for an incurable viral disease which vets fear could be going unnoticed in many flocks.
Farmers in England have been offered a streamlined choice of greening measures as Defra secretary Owen Paterson attempts to reduce the risk of Cap reform implementation ending badly.
The Scottish dairy industry has turned a corner with eight new farmers joining the sector in the past six months.
The Raymond name is one of the best known in UK farm politics with Meurig Raymond currently president of NFU England and Wales and his twin brother Mansel heavily involved in European milk politics at the highest level after a four year spell as NFU milk chairman.
Muller Wiseman joined other dairy processors this week in announcing plans to slash the milk price paid to farmers.
Muller Wiseman is the latest milk processor to slash its milk price. Farmers on non-aligned contracts will see a 1.2p cut on August 3 to 30.8p a litre.
The Gordon Dressage Group North-east Championships proved a draw for riders with excellent prizes on offer at the Cabin Equestrian Centre, Aberdeenshire.
A brand new range of Landini tractors has been launched to Scotland by a range of dealers across the country.
Machinery giant John Deere showcased its new R Series tractors and new F440R fixed chamber round baler at the Royal Highland Show last week.
Several major retailers have come under fire for stocking New Zealand lamb rather than Scotch Lamb.
The Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) has elected a new presidential team for the coming year.
Researchers are calling on oilseed rape growers to send them samples of cabbage stem flea beetle (CSFB) this harvest.
UK dairy co-operative First Milk is the latest dairy processor to announce a cut to the price it pays farmers for their milk.
Feeding pigs different diets based on their individual daily nutritional needs could slash feed costs and vastly improve the sustainability of the pig industry, according to scientists.
Orkney crofters are being invited to share their views on crofting regulation in a survey being launched by island MSP Liam McArthur.
The James Hutton Institute is preparing to lay down “significant investment” to build a new international land use planning centre, despite shedding 70 jobs in a bid to reduce costs and alleviate budgetary pressures.
The majority of Scots tenant farmers and landlords are satisfied with their current arrangement, although industry remains split on the Absolute Right to Buy (ARTB), according to results of two government surveys.
Scottish growers are struggling to increase crop yields as a result of increasing legislation and disease pressure, claim experts.
Scottish farmers yesterday confirmed they would be backing a move which would authorise the use of one of the main seed dressings in oilseed rape crops in the coming season.
The body representing Scots tenant farmers has renewed its call for a cap on farm rent increases until new tenancy legislation is put in place.
Scottish farmers have the best of both worlds as part of the UK.