Aberdeen-Angus breeders from across Scotland gathered at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, for the Black Beauty Bonanza.
An Aberdeenshire farmer is embarking on a pioneering trial into the use of hydrogen technology to reduce, and possibly even eradicate, carbon emissions from tractors and heavy-duty farm vehicles.
Aberdeen and Northern Marts has announced a number of changes to its senior management team following the decision of mart stalwart Alan Hutcheon to retire.
Wet weather and an attack of nematodes in Fife did not deter 20 teams of students from competing in this year’s SRUC and Mains of Loirston Winter Wheat Challenge which was the biggest yet.
The Glenbervie and Howe o’the Mearns Ploughing Association is preparing to hold its centenary match next weekend.
Today Deutz tractors are a familiar sight in the fields of Britain since they started to arrive here in numbers during the 1970s.
The driving force behind an Aberdeenshire-based fertiliser company believes the use of volcanic rock dust on crops and grazing paddocks could transform the businesses of many crofters, farmers and growers.
Late autumn is traditionally a time of farmers’ meetings – harvest work is (usually) finished, feeding of cattle is just starting, winter is not yet under way and farmers have the time and the inclination to go out and discuss agricultural and political matters with each other.
A government agricultural officer and a former agricultural lecturer have announced plans to embark on an epic 210-mile walk to raise funds for rural charity RSABI.
Some of Britain’s most progressive young farmers and agribusiness people, including three from north-east and central Scotland, are being funded to attend January’s Oxford Farming Conference (OFC).
Ploughing enthusiasts from across the north of Scotland gathered at Meddat Farm at Kildary for the Easter Ross Ploughing Association’s annual ploughing contest.
An Aberdeenshire arable unit was crowned cream of the crop at the AgriScot event.
A new website to help farmers, crofters and animal keepers protect their animals from infectious diseases and reduce their reliance on antibiotics was launched at the AgriScot event at Ingliston.
A new weather advisory panel for the agricultural sector is to be established, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing revealed at AgriScot.
A new weather advisory panel for the agricultural sector has been established to help farmers and crofters respond to challenging conditions.
A zoo is facing calls to close after it emerged that a second lynx was accidentally asphyxiated within days of the shooting and killing of Lillith the lynx, who escaped from her enclosure at the seaside attraction.
Farmers need to take the initiative to move away from area-based payments to a system which rewards innovation and productivity.
AgriScot, the farm business event, is a must-attend for forward-thinking farmers – I believe there is no other event with such a solid business emphasis.
A call by the SNP’s Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, for parties to join forces over the loss of £160m farm payments has been rebuffed by the Scottish Conservatives.
Murphy Agricultural Machinery has been appointed Deutz-Fahr dealer for Aberdeenshire.
Nearly 30% of pig businesses have seen workers leave since the EU referendum, according to a survey by the National Pig Association (NPA).
A recent article in the Press and Journal set a challenge to us here at AHDB Potatoes.
A landmark this month is the closing of the crofting legislation reform consultation on November 20.
European dairy giant Arla has called on the UK Government to publish a new UK agricultural policy as soon as possible.
When I took on this job I never imagined I would be saying that here at Crianlarich we are at the cutting-edge of the global Internet of Things.
Lantra Scotland has issued a final plea for nominations for its Land-based and Aquaculture Learner of the Year Awards.
The panel of speakers for a special question time session at this month’s AgriScot event has been unveiled by the Scottish Dairy Hub.
A mental health awareness campaign run by the organisation representing Scottish young farmers has been recognised at a national awards ceremony.
Radical post-Brexit farm policy proposals under consideration by the farmers’ union include placing a cap on individual farm support payments and introducing production measures that would flout World Trade Organisation rules.
Milk processor Muller has launched a new service for its non-aligned farmer suppliers.
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) is offering two youngsters the chance to attend next year’s Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) for free.
The deadline is fast approaching for final entries for this year’s Aberdeen Christmas Classic event.