The driving force behind an award-winning Aberdeenshire farm shop is to join the board of north-east farmers’ co-operative ANM Group in the new year.
They use quads rather than jingle bell sleighs to get around the wintery slopes of “Wild Farm” at Glenlivet.
The scientific director of the Moredun Research Institute has called on Scotland to “step up” and recognise the value of the work done by all of Scotland’s farm-focused scientific establishments.
British machinery giant JCB has added a new model to its range of telescopic wheeled loaders.
December seems to come around quicker every year.
An industry-wide campaign to get more shoppers buying Scotch Lamb resulted in a 38% increase in retail demand for Scottish-origin lamb.
Aberdeenshire breeder Stasa Moyse led the charge at the annual show and sale of Blue Texel females at Harrison and Hetherington’s Borderway Mart in Carlisle.
Farmers have been reminded of the importance of giving young workers “clear and sufficient instruction” following an accident on an English poultry farm.
An Aberdeenshire cattle breeder is cashing in on the nation’s love of Highland cattle.
Genetics, health and nutrition combined with the Robertson family’s enthusiasm and attention to detail led to Titaboutie Farm, near Aboyne, being named as a runner-up in this year’s Agriscot Scottish Sheep Farm of the Year Award.
This week marks the 110th anniversary of the death of one of the great Aberdeen-Angus cattle breeders – Sir George Macpherson-Grant of Ballindalloch on Speyside.
A century ago the first tractors offered by Henry Ford arrived on these shores and ever since Fordson, Ford and now New Holland tractors have been hugely popular.
Texels sold to a top of 17,000gn at the breed’s Select Seven sale at Lanark.
North-east farmers’ co-operative ANM Group honoured the long service of six members of staff at its directors’ Christmas lunch.
Harvest 2017 has been branded “difficult and costly for most” despite figures suggesting 4% more cereals were grown this year.
The Scottish Government has decided to postpone plans to change, and subsequently reduce the budget, of the Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (LFASS).
The SNP manifesto for the Holyrood election last included a clear, unequivocal pledge not to raise income tax for basic rate payers.
A disabled Aberdeen man says he has struggled to leave his home for days following the “worst gritting job in 40 years”.
Westhill residents yesterday hit out at the state of their “disgraceful” icy pavements claiming some of the grit bins in the town had been empty for a week.
If you haven't finished your Christmas food and drink shopping list, why not add these tipples for the big day?
Human resources teams with an exceptional use of imagination are being encouraged to compete for a prestigious annual award.
Inflation unexpectedly jumped to a near six-year high last month, forcing the Bank of England to explain to the chancellor how it will tackle Britain’s surging inflation.
A national recruitment firm is to open in Elgin following its recent success inhiring staff for Highland distilleries.
Theresa May should summon Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan and tell him a recent decision over branch closures is unacceptable, the SNP has said.
The latest instalment in the Star Wars franchise is here.
Householders across the UK spend a staggering £2.3billion each year on Christmas trees, decorations and trips to the pantomime, according to Go Compare.
Christmas for many of us can be one of the most exciting times of the year.
The Forties pipeline shutdown will cause pain for oil producers, though consumers will still get their oil and gas, industry experts said yesterday
A ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ style crook who repeatedly raped and physically assaulted two women has been jailed for eight years.
The North Sea industry faces being left short by hundreds of millions of pounds for a period due to the closure of a key pipeline, an analyst has said.
Aberdeenshire-based Donald Russell has gone all out to ensure shoppers have the chance to present a showstopping centrepiece this Christmas by selling a goose that’s guaranteed to be the glittering star of the show as it comes with a 23 carat gold leaf topping!
Sitting half way along a quiet country road between Beauly and Cannich, the Cnoc Hotel, just outside the tiny hamlet of Struy, doesn’t get a lot of passing trade.