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A new book has been launched to help raise funds for rural charity RSABI.
Salers cattle are growing in popularity with more and more farmers turning to the continental breed in search of easy-calving cows.
Leading Scottish cheese maker Lactalis McLelland has bounced back into the black.
A Hebridean sporting estate has potential to be run as an upland hill farm, according to selling agents Galbraith.
An Orkney farmer has been named chairman of the British Limousin Cattle Society.
Farm machinery manufacturer New Holland has launched a new Scottish apprenticeship scheme.
Scottish dairy farmers are being encouraged to sign up to the Dairy Pro continuing professional development programme.
Having Russia as a close neighbour is proving a real challenge for Finland’s farmers as it depended on the Soviet nation as a vital customer for exported farm produce.
NFU Scotland has called on shortbread makers to work collaboratively with dairy farmers to source Scottish butter for their biscuits.
The Duke of Rothesay paid a surprise visit to Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday to show his support for the agricultural industry, which is experiencing a difficult harvest situation and seasonal livestock sales impacted by the recent bad weather.
Recipient of this year’s Royal Northern and Aberdeen and Northern Marts award for outstanding service to the north-east farming community is Moray farmer David Brown.
Scottish farmers have been robbed of £160m in EU convergence payments by the UK Government, Rural Affairs Secretary Fergus Ewing has told the SNP conference.
The driving force behind farmers union NFU Scotland in the north-east is the winner of this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) David Argo unsung hero award.
Sheep producers have been out in force promoting Scotch Lamb to shoppers as part of a special promotional campaign being run by red meat levy body Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
Hill North Country Cheviot rams met a strong demand from both pedigree and commercial breeders at the iconic Lairg Auction Mart.
Young farmers from across the north and north-east have been creating pieces of art out of bales across the Scottish countryside in a bid to promote Scotch Lamb and raise funds for charity.
The Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF) has published a wishlist outlining its key demands for future agricultural policy once the UK leaves Europe.
Scottish sheep producers are being asked to consider scanning the lungs of their animals in a bid to tackle a fatal and infectious disease affecting flocks across Scotland.
Rural charity RSABI has thanked members of the rural community for helping it raise more than £55,000 from its annual Great Glen Challenge.
Five finalists have been selected for the first-ever AgriScot arable farm of the year award.
Farmers union NFU Scotland (NFUS) is to host a series of Brexit roadshows next month.
Scotland is on track for a bumper harvest despite the fact many growers are struggling to get combines near drenched fields.
A well-known sheep farmer from the north-east was out at an Aberdeen supermarket encouraging shoppers to put more Scotch Lamb in their shopping basket.
Dairy farmers supplying Muller were given a price boost at the start of this month.
A farming organisation has called for clarification on post-Brexit immigration policy, particularly around seasonal workers.
The chief of rural charity RSABI has urged wet-weather stricken farmers and crofters not to suffer in silence.
The exchange rate being used to calculate 2017 direct farm payments has increased by around 5% on last year.
Entry forms and schedules have been sent out this weekend to livestock exhibitors wishing to show at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic.
Farmers and members of the public were given a first glimpse of plans for a new multi-million pound abattoir for the north-east yesterday.
An ambitious young farmer who has built up a herd of almost 50 cows has been crowned the winner of this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) under-35 award.
NFU Scotland has announced plans to host a one-day conference for women working in agriculture across Argyll and the islands.
North-east breeder Stasa Moyse achieved the top price in the ram section at the annual show and sale of Blue Texels at Carlisle.