We are all very excited – the vending machine has arrived! We are now eagerly awaiting delivery of our branded glass bottles.
Dairy giant Arla has announced ambitious plans to become a carbon net zero company by 2050.
Production gains in agriculture can be achieved without causing damage to farmland wildlife, according to Scottish researchers.
The number of dairy herds in Scotland continues to decline.
Alarm bells over the threats to the global milk industry from the rise in veganism and animal welfare activism rang out repeatedly during two full days at the Semex dairy conference in Glasgow.
Scottish researchers are leading a £1 million study to find out the causes of lameness in dairy cows.
Dairy farmers will soon be asked for their views on the introduction of mandatory milk contracts with minimum standards.
Graham’s The Family Dairy posted a 72% drop in pre-tax profits last year.
A US farm show has unveiled a detailed 500kg sculpture made entirely from butter.
The Scottish Dairy Hub will soon be run by NFU Scotland (NFUS).
A new study has been launched to help dairy farmers control feed waste.
Farmers could soon be able to predict which cows in their herd are likely to go lame thanks to a new technique developed by scientists.
Dairy farmers supplying Muller are being offered a 0.5p a litre premium if they commit to herd health and welfare improvement schemes.
Calves produced in dairy herds could help make up the shortfall in Scottish beef production and bolster abattoir throughput, a top level industry group has agreed.
Archaeologists have discovered early evidence of an essential trade in 1300BC Asia.
It’s pumpkin time again, which always delights me and the girls.
Scotland’s newest dairy has started production in the furthest north-west corner of the country.
An intensive dairy farming business near Inverbervie has been crowned cream of the crop.
It’s hard to believe it is September already but the cooler, wetter weather of late feels decidedly autumnal with the long hot summer all but a distant memory.
First Milk has hailed “solid progress” despite experiencing a 47% drop in pre-tax profits last year.
The board of dairy firm Arla Foods has proposed paying out its entire 2018 profit to farmers, many of whom are struggling following this summer’s drought across Europe.
The number of beef-sired calves registered in the first half of the year was back 2.3%, according to Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
The first AHDB Strategic Dairy Farm in Scotland has been revealed.
Graham’s The Family Dairy has lodged an appeal to the Court of Session to overturn the decision by Scottish Ministers to refuse planning permission to redevelop Airthrey Green on the outskirts of Stirling.
Muller is increasing its milk price at the start of September.
The number of dairy farmers in Scotland has continued to decline in the first six months of the year.
First Milk has announced a price increase of 1.2ppl from July 1.
Muller has announced plans to increase its milk price at the start of next month.
Proposals to build a new £30 million dairy facility on the outskirts of Stirling could create more than 500 new jobs, claims Graham’s The Family Dairy.
A crofting family has become one of the most northerly dairy farming families in the UK by bringing milk production back to the Western Isles.
First Milk yesterday announced plans to put its creameries on Arran and in Campbeltown up for sale.
Milk producers have been warned that farm hygiene chemicals are likely to come under the same scrutiny as glyphosate and neonicotinoids in future.