Scottish meat wholesalers have pledged to be in the vanguard of selling beef to lucrative new markets in China by the end of this year.
One in three Scottish farm operators are women.
Almost nine in 10 Scots believe farming is vital to economic growth, according to a new poll.
The hunt is on to find the best arable farm in Scotland.
Although farms run as a family business tend to follow a partnership structure, those running such businesses are often reluctant to commit to paper the terms of the partnership or to keep the terms of an existing agreement up to date.
A majority of Scots believe farming is vital to the success of the Scottish economy, according to new research.
Last month’s preview – ‘here comes summer’ – was clearly optimistic, given the many inches of rain we’ve had in the past several weeks.
Immigration bosses have agreed to make changes after Scottish farmers raised concerns that their produce was being left to rot due to the slow processing of applications to bring seasonal workers into the country.
After the Second World War the British tractor industry mushroomed to such an extent that many long-established engineering concerns looked into producing their own models. Pete Small looks at one such concern – Turner Manufacturing of Wolverhampton
A new insurance policy to compensate farmers against poor crop yields has been launched.
More than £16,000 was raised at a charity stockjudging event in memory of the late Press and Journal farming editor Joe Watson.
Angus Show went ahead despite the competitions for cattle, sheep and horses being cancelled.
A new estimated breeding value (EBV) for days to slaughter has been developed for the sheep sector.
One of the biggest arable farming units to come on the market in Perthshire in recent years is for sale, with a price tag of £7.6 million.
Top-notch seed tattie growers who are keen to make constructive changes to their businesses are being head-hunted by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).
A blueprint for a climate change-compliant Scottish farming industry is expected to be produced in the next 12 months.
Market opportunities in the UK should help offset any loss of trade with Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit, claims the managing director of Millers of Speyside.
Uncertainty is stifling the agricultural industry and farmers have to fight for the sector in a way they have never done before.
After a gap of almost 50 years, sugar beet is once again being grown north of the border as farmers seek to find the ideal crop for their on-farm anaerobic digestion plants.
Pick your own fruit, plant your own potatoes and learn a little more about cattle, sheep and poultry production in the process.
Harvest 2019 is likely to deliver another year of profits for growers, according to Andersons.
The success of conservation field margins is dependent on what is growing next to the field, according to a new study.
The Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) has issued a call for nominations for its annual awards.
Methane produced by burping cows and other livestock is not responsible for increasing global temperatures, according to an expert in air quality.
Graham’s The Family Dairy is launching a limited edition glass milk bottle to commemorate its 80th year in business.
Farm and croft leaders have welcomed an admission by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) that white-tailed eagles kill healthy sheep and lambs.
Limousin breeders will be able to select bulls which produce offspring that grow faster by eating less feed with the launch of a new Estimated Breeding Value (EBV) for feed efficiency.
Farmers taking a look at latest versions of the most powerful tractors in the Massey Ferguson (MF) line-up will be hard-pressed to spot any obvious differences to their predecessors.
Farmers, crofters and dog owners are being asked to share their views on sheep worrying as part of a new survey.
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has launched a bursary scheme for mature students.
More than 40 years of dedicated service to Dingwall and Highland Marts and its preceding companies will come to an end today for managing director Ian Tolmie, when he hangs up his white coat for the last time.
British pig farmers are complaining they have not benefited from the global surge in pigmeat prices created by China’s African Swine Fever (ASF) epidemic.