An appeal for funding to meet the final cost of the new £5 million members’ pavilion to be opened at this year’s Royal Highland Show will be launched by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) next month.
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Scotland’s largest agricultural organisation will embark on a tour of Scotland to inform members of its activities.
Scotland’s largest agricultural organisation has appointed a new chairman.
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland has signed a memorandum of understanding with Canada’s largest livestock show.
A new make of side-by-side all-terrain vehicle unveiled by ATV Services Scotland at the Royal Highland Show aims to win over customers with quality build and a fuel-efficient diesel engine.
Over a year in the planning, the Celebration of the Clydesdale, saw huge crowds line the Royal Highland Show ring, watch from the grandstand, pack the members stand and seek views from numerous other vantage points at the Ingliston showground.
Lifting the Queens Cup for the overall light horse champion at this year’s Royal Highland Show was the junior mountain and moorland champion Wynbrook Playfair.
A small-scale north Angus beef producer beat off the might of north-east beef finishers to win the coveted Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) rosebowl for the champion in the Kepak McIntosh Donald Best Scotch Steak Competition at the Royal Highland Show.
Young farmers from Aberdeenshire and Orkney were crowned cream of the crop at this year’s Royal Highland Show.
Any optimism that Westminster would press the EU to provide a bailout for the UK beef industry along the lines of the package agreed for Ireland was dashed at the Royal Highland Show by a visiting Defra minister.
Cattle floats, trailers and horseboxes were loaded up with hundreds of prize-winners and thousands of also-rans last night as farmers made their weary way home from a vintage Royal Highland Show.
Perthshire Charolais breeder Major David Walter was celebrating at the weekend after his two-year-old heifer won the Royal Highland Show’s highest cattle award, the beef interbreed championship.
The sheep interbreed championship at this year's Royal Highland Show was awarded to the Texel gimmer from Brian MacTaggart, of Douganhill Farms, Castle Douglas.
Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society president Paul Jeenes unveiled his vision to make the breed the most popular in the UK by 2020 at yesterday’s Royal Highland Show.
The first minister yesterday insisted the farming industry is a priority in mitigation planning for a no-deal Brexit, but warned nothing her government can do will take away from the “catastrophic” impact of crashing out of Europe.
Farmers from Aberdeenshire and Shetland are among the winners in this year’s Marks and Spencer Select Farm Awards.
Four farmers have been unveiled as the faces of Quality Meat Scotland’s (QMS) upcoming Meat With Integrity Campaign.
Dumfries pedigree cattle and sheep breeder Jim Goldie has been presented with one of the livestock industry’s most prestigious awards.
Three-quarters of Scottish farmers haven’t undertaken any business planning around Brexit and more than half think the UK’s exit from Europe will have a negative impact on their business.
A new working group to develop future policy on farming and food production was unveiled at the opening day of the Royal Highland Show.
It was very nearly a clean sweep for the ladies in the cattle rings at yesterday’s Royal Highland Show with 12 out of 13 championships taken by cows or heifers.
A red meat resilience group has been formed by Quality Meat Scotland.
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.
Sirloins from 12 cattle supplied by north-east producers have been selected for the annual Kepak McIntosh Donald/Tesco best Scotch steak competition at next month’s Royal Highland Show.
Livestock entries are up for next month’s Royal Highland Show.
Horse entries for this year’s Royal Highland Show are up despite threats from exhibitors that they would not participate in the event due to a requirement for all horses and ponies to be vaccinated against equine flu.
Construction of the new members’ pavilion at the Royal Highland Showground is “on time, on budget and on progress”.
A Highland crofting enterprise has been crowned New Entrant Farm Business of the Year.
Another record-breaking year at the Royal Highland Show helped put the finances of Scotland’s largest agricultural society back in the black.
A Highland cow from Fife has been unveiled as the face of this year’s Royal Highland Show.
Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) chairman Jimmy Warnock is “100% certain” that the planning process for the 2019 Royal Highland Show is on track.