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.
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The go-ahead has been given for the development of a new £5 million conference and meetings structure at the Royal Highland Showground, replacing the existing MacRobert Pavilion in time for the 2020 show.
Scotland’s largest agricultural event has lost its show manager.
UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove left the Royal Highland showground last night after spectacularly failing to give the Scottish farming industry the one key assurance it demanded - that the long-promised review into the allocation of £160 million of convergence funding would go ahead.
The Royal Highland Show opened yesterday with around 200,000 visitors and 6,000 animals expected at the three-day-long event at Ingliston.
Inventive engineering is alive and well in agriculture judging by the latest crop of Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) innovation awards sponsored by Hillhouse Quarry Group.
A childhood obsession with Jacob sheep will reach its zenith for Fife breeder Mike Munro next week when he shows the cream of his Kinloch flock at the Royal Highland Show for the first time.
Place a bet on which new machines will grab the headlines after the Royal Highland Show and a new self-propelled diet feeder from Kverneland should be a safe enough punt.
A pair of well-known faces on the agricultural show circuit is preparing to take a team of 10 commercial cattle to the Royal Highland Show next week.
One of Scotland’s leading agricultural bankers has told farmers to get their businesses “future fit” ahead of the UK’s exit from Europe.
Plans for the new members’ area at the Royal Highland Show have been revealed by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS).
More than 5,000 of the UK’s finest livestock will compete for rosettes, silverware and sashes at next month’s Royal Highland Show.
A Moray farmer has been confirmed as the youngest judge selected for this year’s Royal Highland Show.
Royal Highland Show organisers have released details of performers and musical acts set to take part in this year’s event.
Scotland’s largest agricultural society has hailed a successful year with increases in both income and membership.
Royal Highland Show organisers have increased the prize money for the Grand Prix show jumping contest at this year’s event.
The line-up of judges for next year’s Royal Highland Show has been announced by event organiser the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS).
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has appointed a group from the Lothians region as its 2017/18 presidential team.
I recently attended The Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh as a working guest on ‘The Aberdeenshire Village’ stand.
The Clydesdale champion West Glen New Dawn, owned by Captain James Anderson, maintained the breed's recent 100% record in the Sanderson Trophy when lifting the overall supreme title of Scotland's native horse breeds at the Royal Highland Show.
Here's a round up of the native horse breed results from the Royal Highland Show.
Woodlands and forests across the North of Scotland have been recognised at a top national awards ceremony.
A Macduff schoolgirl has been announced as the winner of a challenge to design a healthy lunch box for youngsters.
Concerns have been raised by union bosses that ambulance workers could be called to work during their holidays to cover major incidents and events.
A well-known family of sheep breeders from the north-east was celebrating after winning the prestigious sheep interbreed championship title at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
Scottish agriculture's big annual bonanza drew to a close last night after pulling in a record crowd of 190,000 visitors during its four-day run at Ingliston.
Limousins reigned supreme in both the overall individual and group beef interbreed championships at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday defended the Scottish Government's move to apply for an extension to the farm payments deadline and said she was sorry for the failures of the payments IT system.
A group of 16 youngsters paid visit to the cattle lines at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh yesterday as part of machinery ring Ringlink's internship programme.
The outlook for agriculture once the UK leaves Europe was debated at the Oxford Farming Conference's first event in Scotland at the Royal Highland Show.
The James Hutton Institute's "best soil in show" award has been won by Moray organic farmers, Roger and Beth Polson from Knock Farm near Huntly.
The Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) has called on government, farmers, butchers and chefs to promote traditional native breeds.