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Bird flu restrictions will be lifted this weekend, but the poultry industry has been warned that the threat of avian influenza (AI) could become a recurring pattern.
Well-known Orkney farmer Liam Muir has been named as the judge for next week's pedigree bull sale at Thainstone.
Dairy farmers have less than three days left to apply for their share of £2.4million EU funding.
Tractor manufacturer Case IH was left celebrating after one of its tractors was driven to create a new world record for maize planting.
Almost 60% of Scottish farmers earned less than the legal minimum agricultural wage in 2015-16.
A number of breeders from the north and north-east have been selected as judges for United Auctions' May bull sale.
Farm leaders from across the UK have called on all political parties to set out their agricultural and rural policies ahead of the snap general election on June 8.
Scotland's land commissioners are taking to the road over the next 11 months for a series of community events across the country.
Farmers and crofters have been urged to make completing and submitting their farm subsidy application forms a priority.
Scottish milk producers are at risk of missing out on European support funds if they don't apply for a dairy aid scheme before the end of April.
History has a habit of repeating itself and the debate of sheep versus trees is no exception.
The chief executive of Scottish Land and Estates (SLE) has announced plans to step down from his role.
When a prime minister turns up at a provincial farm show without fanfare or entourage and walks around assessing livestock and greeting friends, you know you're in a country where agriculture is well-connected.
Two people have been charged after a farmer shot their dog dead because it killed two of his sheep.
Compaction is a serious problem in many grassland soils but attempting to cure it could prove hazardous if the underlying drainage is failing, experts have warned.
A well-known family of Simmental breeders from the north of Scotland took home the top price at the national spring show and sale of Simmental cattle at Carlisle.
It will be 2024 before Scottish farmers see any changes to agricultural policy if Rural Secretary Fergus Ewing gets his way.
The Strathnairn Farmers' Association has set the date for its annual agricultural working vintage rally and display.
Ringlink is currently in the process of selecting 15 youngsters to take part in its land-based internship programme.
The Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs (SAYFC) has appointed a new chairwoman for the north region.
The unique requirements of the Scottish agricultural industry have been pressed home to the UK Government by Scottish farming union leaders.
Arable giant Syngenta has launched a new hybrid barley variety which it claims is capable of delivering the highest winter barley yields in Scotland.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has agreed to meet farm leaders over concerns about the use of distillery byproducts in energy plants.
Plans have been unveiled to create a new heritage area at this year's Black Isle Show.
Plans to build a new abattoir in the north-east may have to be "reassessed" if ANM Group loses its appeal to gain planning consent for an extension to its Thainstone Business Park.
Go down the stationary engine lines at any vintage show or rally and you will always come across several examples of the Lister D.
New Zealand's powerful meat promotional body has begun discussions with UK producer groups about the possibility of collaborating on post-Brexit lamb deals to third countries.
Britain's largest arable inputs and marketing firm has hailed a "very strong performance" despite a drop in turnover and pre-tax profits.
A 29-month-old Aberdeen-Angus bull was crowned supreme champion at the annual show and sale of pedigree bulls at Dingwall Mart yesterday.
Next month one of the top heritage events in the country opens its gates at Lynne of Skene in the heart of Aberdeenshire.
Opportunities for the beef industry, protection of the Scotch Beef premium brand, integration of the supply chain and innovation will be among the topics up for debate in the seminar session at Scotland's Beef Event 2017 on the farm of Fans at Earlston on June 8.
A forestry expert has been named as the new chairman for tattie sector levy body AHDB Potatoes.