UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove has left "too many questions unanswered" about the impact of Brexit on farming subsidies, his Holyrood counterpart has claimed.
Scottish seafood processing businesses are much more reliant on European workers than those in the rest of the UK, a new survey shows.
More than 4,000 cattle keepers have registered on a system which aims to protect livestock from the spread of disease in its first year.
The Scottish Government is to offer free feed budgeting advice to livestock farmers in the wake of fodder shortages and rising straw prices.
A £600 million investment in superfast broadband will " transform the economic prospects of rural Scotland", MSPs have heard.
Fishing quota talks have produced a "strong result" for Scotland's fishermen, the Rural Economy secretary has said, as a new deal was struck in Brussels which will allow the fleet to catch more of several key stock, including cod and haddock.
Fishermen's leaders have urged ministers to rule out a long Brexit transition for the sector as industry figures meet in Brussels for annual negotiations on fish quotas.
An international supermarket has launched a new programme to try to give up-and-coming food and drink companies in Scotland the chance to secure their big break.
Up to 20 jobs will be created in a north-east town as part of a £600,000 investment into fish processing.
A £2million funding package for superfast broadband in Aberdeen has been announced by the Scottish Government.
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.
The UK Government is being urged to "come clean" on its plans for the fishing industry after Brexit, as ministers prepare for "difficult" quota talks.
Farmers will receive payments worth £254 million this week as part of a loan scheme brought in after delays to European subsidies.
Farm subsidy payment loans totalling £254million will start to arrive in bank accounts this week, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has confirmed.
Scottish farmers have been robbed of £160m in EU convergence payments by the UK Government, Rural Affairs Secretary Fergus Ewing has told the SNP conference.
Scotland will exceed its target of connecting 95% of homes to superfast broadband, according to connectivity secretary Fergus Ewing.
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has pledged to do all he can to ensure women have the same rights and opportunities as men in farming.
More than a year has passed since Fergus Ewing was appointed cabinet secretary for the rural economy in the Scottish Government.
Scotland’s newest ice plant was officially opened by Rural Economy and Connectivity Cabinet Secretary Fergus Ewing yesterday.
Scotland’s fishing fleet will be forced to land more of its catch into “home” ports under new proposals unveiled by the Scottish Government.
The lack of a Highlands representative on the Scottish Government’s rural council has been criticised by Labour MSP Rhoda Grant.
Government and farming industry patience has finally expired with beef producers who are failing to clean up herds infected with the scourge of Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD).
The proportion of farm subsidy funds going into rural development schemes will remain the same this year.
The Scottish beef industry received a welcome boost today with news the country’s Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) status has been reduced to the lowest risk level available.
Theresa May launched a fierce attack on the Scottish Government yesterday as new Tory Andrew Bowie accused the SNP of "failing rural Scotland".
Scottish Government has failed to meet an EU deadline to pay the majority of farm subsidy payments by the end of June.
Scotland’s fishing fleet could be in line for substantial quota increases next year, if bureaucrats follow the latest recommendations of scientists.
More than one in 10 Scottish farmers have still not received EU farm payments as the deadline looms.
One in five farmers have still not received their EU subsidies with less than a week to go before the deadline, rural affairs secretary Fergus Ewing has confirmed.
The time for talking is over - that was the response of farming politicians on the opening day of the Royal Highland Show after the Scottish Government announced the formation of yet another rural talking shop on Brexit.
Scotland's rural and environment ministers Fergus Ewing and Roseanna Cunningham have demanded a seat at the Brexit negotiating table.