Farmers will be given employment advice at a series of events later this month.
Dairy farmers are being encouraged to move away from blanket treating cows with antibiotics at drying off in a bid to save money and reduce antibiotic use.
Farmers and crofters are being reminded to provide magnesium to beef cows after an increase in cases of grass staggers in the past week.
Shoppers could soon be able to scan a QR code on a packet of oats to trace their origin and ensure they are gluten-free.
Efforts to eradicate Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) on farms south of the border have stepped up thanks to a £5.7 million project.
Farmers and crofters will be given advice on how to get the most from their pastures in a series of webinars by Scotland’s Rural College.
Beef and sheep producers have been told to plan ahead for winter forage and straw supplies to avoid any nasty surprises.
Farmers and crofters affected by wet weather over the summer are being encouraged to plan ahead to ensure they have enough winter feed for their livestock.
Scotland’s Rural College, SRUC, has launched a new graduate trainee programme for agricultural consultants.
Farmers and crofters have been urged to remain vigilant for signs of bluetongue virus (BTV).
The Scottish livestock industry's fears that Schmallenberg virus will spread north have been realised with the confirmation of two cases in malformed lambs near the border with England.
The host of Scotland’s new pig monitor farm is confident that, despite the vagaries of the pig market, there are many opportunities for the sector.
Winter grazing strategies for ewes will be showcased at a series of free farmer events next month.
Farmers and crofters have been urged to check the protein level of silage amid concerns over quality this winter.
Farmers looking to buy bulls in the upcoming sales are being advised on how best to select, purchase and look after the animal.
Sheep farmers are being encouraged to make the best out of their new purchases from this season's tup sales.