Thousands of farmers have descended upon Berlin from the countryside with their tractors, gathering at the capital’s landmark Brandenburg Gate and blocking traffic in protest against the German government’s agricultural policies.
The farmers’ union has called for an urgent derogation on the inclusion of biofuel in diesel after insisting farmers and crofters are facing a crisis because of serious issues with agricultural machinery.
The farmers’ union has issued a 10-point manifesto setting out Scottish agriculture’s priorities ahead of the general election.
Farmers, crofters and auctioneers are being encouraged to share their views on livestock marts as part of a new study commissioned by the Prince’s Countryside Fund.
Boris Johnson will announce £51.4million funding for Scottish farmers during a visit to Aberdeenshire today as he attempts to cling on to vital Conservative seats.
UK farming would take a hit of around £850 million in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a new research produced by farm business consultants, The Andersons Centre.
Scotland’s Rural Affairs Secretary, Fergus Ewing, has accused the prime minister of trying to renege on his promise to return £160 million of EU convergence funds to Scottish farmers.
An Aberdeenshire farmer whose pedigree sheep were chased to their death by dogs has backed the call for increased legislation surrounding sheep worrying.
Innovative and growing food and drink businesses from across the north-east had their achievements recognised at the region’s prestigious annual food and drink awards last night.
I am co-chairman of the Working for Waders initiative.
The UK Government has been accused of abandoning Scottish farmers over Brexit after the EU offered extra support for Irish agriculture if there’s no deal.
A new campaign to increase awareness of the damaging impact of livestock attacks among dog owners has been launched.
The livelihood of Moray’s farmers is being badly affected by the recent dry weather in the region.
Politicians have held crisis talks with government officials calling for changes to immigration rules for fishermen and fruit pickers to help protect both industries.
Farmers and crofters have been urged to take better care of their health.
Farmers are facing huge difficulties looking after livestock during the Beast from the East.
Muller, the main milk buyer in the north and north-east, has slashed the price it will pay to farmers from January by 1.5p per litre.
Scottish dairy farmers are being encouraged to sign up to the Dairy Pro continuing professional development programme.
A farming organisation has called for clarification on post-Brexit immigration policy, particularly around seasonal workers.
Scottish MPs have urged the UK Government to reassure farmers that maintaining existing livestock standards is a priority as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
Angry farmers have castigated the Scottish Government after it emerged there are still thousands of basic payments to be made with just weeks left until the deadline.
Moray Council is hoping to recruit farmers and hauliers to help clear the region's roads of snow this winter.
The future of dairy farming in the north-east has been thrown into jeopardy with news the only milk processing site in the region is to close.
UK farmers are struggling to make ends meet and running out of cash flow options, claims a new study.
Farmers and crofters looking to learn more about livestock health and welfare are invited to apply for the newly launched Moredun Foundation Award Scheme.
Farmers will be targeted in an attempt to improve the safety of one of the country's most dangerous roads.