Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society president Paul Jeenes unveiled his vision to make the breed the most popular in the UK by 2020 at yesterday’s Royal Highland Show.
Plans have been lodged to cash in on the rising interest in farming tourism by creating "glamping" pods in the north-east countryside and allowing guests to help tend a herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle.
A powerful Aberdeen-Angus bull sporting a third prize rosette broke through the ranks to sell for 25,000gn at a breed sale which picked up momentum after a sticky start to trade.
Aberdeen-Angus stole the show at yesterday’s Stirling Bull Sales selling to a top of 22,000gn twice.
Pedigree cattle breeders and commercial farmers from across the UK and Ireland gathered at United Auctions in Stirling yesterday for the first day of the Stirling Bull Sales.
A bumper entry of Aberdeen-Angus bulls and females will dominate the Stirling Bull Sales later this month.
For more than a quarter of a century the Aberdeen-Angus cattle that graze the lush grass of the Carse of Gowrie have been a landmark on the busy A90.
Joining the Aberdeen- Angus Society was never going to be an easy task.
Scottish breeders were out in force at the spring show and sale of Aberdeen-Angus cattle at Carlisle.
Farmers from across Scotland and farther afield gathered for the May Stirling Bull Sales at United Auctions.
Aberdeen-Angus bulls sold to a top of 6,500gn and an average of £4,452 was achieved, up £98 on the year, for the 30 sold.
Aberdeen-Angus bulls sold to a five-figure sum nine times yesterday at the Stirling Bull Sales.
The Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society has appointed a new chief executive after almost a year without one in place.
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.
Aberdeen-Angus breeders from across Scotland gathered at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, for the Black Beauty Bonanza.
What is believed to be a new breed record for a maiden heifer was achieved in the Aberdeen-Angus sale ring at the Stirling Bull Sales.
Farmers from all corners of Scotland and beyond gathered at the Stirling Livestock Centre yesterday for the opening day of the Stirling Bull Sales.
The modern Aberdeen-Angus can compete on performance with any of the Continental breeds, and the premium for finished cattle makes them more profitable, according to leading finisher Ian Emslie, Little Barras, Laurencekirk.
A new book documenting the history of the Aberdeen-Angus breed of cattle has been published by the North East Aberdeen-Angus Club.
Aberdeen-Angus breeders travelled from across the globe yesterday to compete for a slice of the breed’s rare heritage in a green Forfar field.
Aberdeen-Angus enthusiasts from 23 countries, in the UK for the World Forum, attended the Royal Highland Show specifically to watch the judging, where they were treated to the biggest entry of Scotland's most famous native breed seen for years.
A collective display of some of the finest Aberdeen-Angus cattle in the north-east is planned for later this month.
The Highland Area Aberdeen-Angus Club is hosting a special event as part of the World Angus Forum later this month.
Aberdeen-Angus cattle and Texel sheep will take centre stage at Echt Show next month.
Eating quality and consistency are the two main aims at Glenbervie, according to estate manager John Lohoar.
For Aberdeen-Angus enthusiasts the world over, a farm auction near Forfar later this month will be far more than a sale of cattle - it will be about buying a fragment of history at the home of the breed.
The entire autumn calving portion of one of the most well-known Aberdeen-Angus herds in the country went under the hammer at Carlisle.
A Charolais bull took home the champion rosettes and top price at Aberdeen and Northern Marts' annual show and sale of bulls yesterday.
Scottish beef producers displayed growing confidence in the future of their sector at yesterday's multi-breed pedigree bull sale in Stirling.
The world's first Aberdeen-Angus tourist trail has been created by a Deeside farmer.
The president of the Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society says the organisation is "absolutely not in crisis" despite the resignation of its chief executive, communications manager and three board members.
A well-known family of Aberdeen-Angus breeders from the north-east has sold a 50% share in one of its top bulls to a herd south of the border.