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The top award at this year's National Stallion Show - the Prince of Wales Trophy - went to the Clydesdale yearling filly, Ord Tinkerbell, from Eric and Miranda Johnstone of Muir of Ord.
The Government has come under fire over the impact its renewable energy policy is having on livestock farmers.
Caterpillar has become the generic name for all track-laying crawler tractors just as Hoover has become for all vacuum cleaners.
Scottish Government has issued a reminder to poultry farmers and bird keepers that the avian influenza prevention zone will remain in place until at least April 30.
Charolais bulls met a "solid trade" with nine lots selling for five-figure prices at the closing day of the spring Stirling Bull Sales yesterday.
NFU Scotland has awarded a final donation from its Centenary Trust of £1,050 to the Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET).
Highland cattle at Oban's spring show and sale sold to a top price of 8,000gn.
A small-time Charolais breeder from Biggar carried off one of the breed's highest accolades by winning the supreme championship at the Stirling Bull Sales.
Salers sold to a top of 12,000gn twice at the Stirling Bull Sales yesterday.
Simmental bulls met a flying trade with 14 lots selling to a five-figure sum at yesterday’s Stirling Bull Sales.
Gregor Mackintosh is on a mission to have his cold pressed rapeseed oil stocked in every supermarket across the UK.
It is said that the Clydesdale Horse Society came into being as a result of a meeting called by prominent breeder John M. Martin, of Auchendennan, near Loch Lomond.
Scottish breeders dominated the top awards in the Simmental line-up of more than 200 sires on the opening day of this week’s Stirling Bull Sales.
The accepted wisdom is that New Zealand is miles ahead of Scotland when it comes to making profit from grassland but that may not be entirely correct.
Last time I mentioned that the future of dairying would appear to be going robotic. It is the way we are going here at Rootfield and if the level of demand for leading robot manufacturer Lely's machines are anything to go by, so are many other British dairy farms.
Around 1,800 day-old chicks have been abandoned in a field.
Rural Scotland will benefit from more than £640 million of funding in 2017-18, Fergus Ewing has confirmed.
Brassica producers have been warned that diamondback moths are here to stay.
The Avian Influenza Prevention Zone in Scotland is to be extended to the end of April. Is this good news for the Scottish poultry industry?
North-east animal feed firm Harbro is inching towards the halfway target in its 40th anniversary charity fundraising mission.
North-east farmers' co-operative ANM Group has unveiled the details of the six focus farms taking part in its knowledge transfer programme.
A leading figure in the sheep industry has called on the Scottish Conservatives to put pressure on Westminster to resolve two long-standing farming political spats.
Only days before Scotland's free-range poultry are allowed back outdoors following the easing of bird flu restrictions, the Scottish Government's chief vet has appealed to owners to make their range as unattractive to wild birds as possible.
New scientific evidence that consuming berries may have beneficial effects on people with some of the most serious and common health problems was presented to soft fruit growers at a meeting in Invergowrie yesterday.
The first meeting of the new Lochaber monitor farm was branded a huge success by organisers.
Scotland's main vegetable and salad crop processor enjoyed an increase in both turnover and profits last year.
An Aberdeenshire farmer was yesterday elected chairman of the Scottish branch of the National Sheep Association (NSA).
Young farmers from across the north and north-east will descend on Perth at the end of the month for the Scottish Association of Young Farmers' Clubs (SAYFC) annual competitions weekend.
Scottish potato growers could be missing out on up to £700 in missed margins per hectare.
Pig farmers are invited to a series of industry meetings in Aberdeenshire later this month.
Dog attacks on livestock cost the UK farming industry an estimated £1.4million last year, according to NFU Mutual.
A group of 19 rural trainees and apprentices from across Scotland has been shortlisted for Lantra Scotland's prestigious Learner of the Year awards.