Landowners body Scottish Land and Estates (SLE) has called for the creation of a new cross-industry taskforce to look at developing share farming in Scotland.
Farming bodies have called for the creation of a land adjudicator to regulate the tenanted sector in Scotland.
The Scottish Government is under mounting pressure to announce how it will implement the new Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) in 2015.
The latest round of retail price wars could cause long-term damage to the food and farming sector, warns NFU Scotland.
Increased coupled payments could be on the cards again, according to the Scottish farm minister, Richard Lochhead.
Farmers' co-operative ANM Group has pledged to help its members with the challenges posed by Common Agricultural Policy reform over the next few years.
A top price of £1,560 was achieved at the spring show and sale of Aberdeen-Angus, Shorthorn and native breed store cattle at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday.
NFU Scotland is to host two hustings events next month ahead of the European elections on May 22.
The number of cattle and sheep going through Scotland's auction marts has fallen nearly 10% in the past two years.
Agricultural levies paid by farmers and growers will be frozen for the second year in a row.
How the Scottish Government chooses to implement regulations surrounding farming activity will determine whether or not a new era of "slipper" farmers emerges under the new Common Agricultural Policy.
Scottish farming was dealt a bitter blow yesterday with reports the government's request for increased coupled payments have been shot down by the European Commission.
The new era of Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) support in Scotland must put an end to slipper farming once and for all and prevent the creation of a new generation of low-intensity farmers, says NFU Scotland.
New rules over organic production and labelling of organic products have been mooted by the European Commission.
Commercial forestry is worth more than 200% per hectare than upland sheep farming, according to a new study.
UK farm assurance body - Red Tractor - says it is fully engaged with the Scots farming sector despite having no Scottish representation on its main board.
Forestry Commission Scotland has launched a fresh appeal for views on what to do with a 500-acre farm at the centre of a furore over controversial tree-planting plans.
The Co-operative has pledged to do its best to protect staff at its farming business once it is sold.
Orkney's farming community could lose up to £7million a year as a result of "ill thought out" Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) reforms, NFU Scotland has warned.
Joint-ill is a perennial problem at calving time, with a variety of opportunistic bacterial pathogens capable of causing sporadic outbreaks.
One lucky new entrant will be offered the chance to get a foot on the farming ladder with the launch of a new starter unit in Caithness.
Scotland's cattle sector has been put on red alert after cattle scab was confirmed in the country for the first time in more than 30 years.
The ever-increasing boom in farmland prices could soon slow down, according to a leading land agent.
The Scottish Tenant Farmers Association is calling for a moratorium on all rent reviews until the dust settles on Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) reform and the government completes its review of agricultural holdings.
EU membership, the battle for convergence uplift and what currency farmers would be using in an independent Scotland were all up for discussion at a heated NFU Scotland debate in Stirling this week.
Farmers could be set for a higher profit in 2014, according to estimates from agri-consultancy Andersons.
Farmers could be left waiting for vital support payments in 2015 if the Scottish Government does not hurry up and make a decision on the format of the new basic payments scheme, a leading consultant has warned.
Suppliers who feel they are suffering unfair trading practices at the hands of the retailers must speak out rather than suffering in silence, the groceries code adjudicator has said.
There is still a "nuclear button" within the European Union which, if pressed could seriously delay Common Agricultural Policy reform.
The North Sea oil and gas industry is entering a hangover period after years of booming business, a leading energy financier has warned.
Supermarkets engaging in milk price wars must not put pressure on processors to cut the price paid to farmers, NFU Scotland has warned.
Intertek has increased its footprint in the Middle East energy market following the £40million acquisition of non-destructive testing specialist International Inspection Services (Inspec).