Milk processing giant Muller is cutting its standard litre non-aligned milk price at the beginning of March.
Arla is cutting its milk price at the start of next month.
More than one in 10 workers employed on Scottish dairy farms are non-UK nationals, according to the results of a new survey.
NFU Scotland has called on the dairy supply chain to deliver “fairer returns” to farmers at a time when processors are cutting their milk prices.
Graham’s The Family Dairy has announced plans to introduce a range of Icelandic-style yoghurts to supermarkets across Scotland.
Dairy farmers supplying First Milk will incur a 1p a litre price reduction from the start of next month.
The number of dairy herds in Scotland has fallen to just over 900.
December seems to come around quicker every year.
Farming unions have arranged a meeting with milk processor Muller over its recent announcement of a 1.5p a litre price cut for its non-aligned suppliers from January 2018.
As the first dairy farm in Scotland to be certified as organic, the Willis family, of Forest Farm, Glasgoforest, have never been afraid of doing something different.
Dairy farmers should be aiming to achieve a full economic cost of production of between 22 and 25p a litre, claims AHDB Dairy.
North-east animal feed firm Harbro has launched a drive to create more rumen-friendly diets for dairy cows.
European dairy giant Arla has called on the UK Government to publish a new UK agricultural policy as soon as possible.
The panel of speakers for a special question time session at this month’s AgriScot event has been unveiled by the Scottish Dairy Hub.
Milk processor Muller has launched a new service for its non-aligned farmer suppliers.
A new test has been developed to enable farmers and crofters to screen their cattle for liver fluke.
Scottish dairy farmers are being encouraged to sign up to the Dairy Pro continuing professional development programme.
Dairy farmers supplying Muller were given a price boost at the start of this month.
Graham’s the Family Dairy has officially opened a new £1.5million milk logistics facility in the north-east of Scotland.
One of the main milk processors in the UK bounced back into the black last year despite a 9% drop in turnover.
The main milk buyer in the north and north-east has announced plans to increase its standard non-aligned milk price at the start of next month.
Dairy giant Muller has revealed further details of a new contract option to allow farmers to fix the price of their milk for up to 12 months ahead.
Farmers union NFU Scotland (NFUS) has called on milk processors to go easy on dairy farmers who are struggling to meet production estimates due to the recent spell of extremely wet weather.
Scotland’s farming union has called on milk processors to pay farmers “as much as they can, rather than as much as they can get away with”.
The main milk buyer in the north and north-east has announced plans to allow farmers to fix their milk price for 12 months ahead.
More than 30 dairy farmers left the industry in Scotland in the first half of the year, according to the Scottish Dairy Cattle Association (SCDA).
Dairy farmers in the north-east have rallied together to form a new organisation with a view to potentially building a new milk processing plant for the region.
Poor dairy farmer confidence and a lack of trust in the supply chain has been linked to warnings of butter and cream shortages later this year.
British cheese exports were up 29% in the first three months of the year to almost £143million, according to figures from AHDB.
The chief of Scotland's largest independent dairy company has called for a boost in domestic production ahead of Brexit.
The main milk buyer in the north and north-east has announced plans to increase its milk price next month.
A leading Scottish animal feed firm has hailed the results of a study into the use of its grain preservative product.