Echt farmer Leslie Shepherd has been crowned champion neep grower in the north of Scotland.
A top price of 4,800gn was achieved at the dispersal sale of a well-established Scottish flock of pedigree Bluefaced Leicesters.
Nine sheep have been rescued from deep, icy water in a three-and-a-half hour operation after a lorry driver spotted they were drowning in a river near the M1, the RSPCA said.
Scottish breeders enjoyed success at the Christmas Stars sale of in-lamb pedigree Texels at Carlisle.
A north farmer has spoken of his shock at discovering dozens of sheep have gone missing from his flock.
Police are appealing for information after a number of sheep were stolen from a croft in the Nethy Bridge area.
Pedigree female sheep met a buoyant trade at the opening day of the Aberdeen Christmas Classic.
Scottish beef enterprise profitability improved last year, according to Quality Meat Scotland.
Scottish breeders were out in force at the Dark Diamonds Suffolk sale in Carlisle.
A revolutionary new marking system has been rolled out in a bid to deter sheep rustling.
A joint top price of 10,000gn was paid for two Aberdeenshire-bred rams at the dispersal sale of the Stockton flock of pedigree Suffolk sheep.
A new centre record was set in Orkney when a Texel shearling ram went under the hammer.
All imports of sheep meat to the UK must be stopped in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit, claims the National Sheep Association (NSA).
Alan Titchmarsh drove a flock of sheep across London Bridge as part of a centuries-old tradition.
Entries are now open for this year’s Aberdeen Christmas Classic event.
Pedigree rams met a “realistic” trade at the annual show and sale of rams at Thainstone yesterday.
A man has admitted being in charge of two dogs which chased, attacked and killed a sheep.
A selective trade peaked at 2,800gn at the Scottish Texel Breeders’ Club show and sale at Lanark.
Overall averages were back just £15 compared with last year’s trade at the Beltex Scotland show and sale at Lanark, but for 40 fewer sold, with 199 selling to average £611.16.
Scottish breeders enjoyed success at the Solway & Tyne Texel Breeders Club annual autumn show and sale in Carlisle.
A grand offering of 5,458 rams – 47 more than last year – will come under the hammer at Friday’s 181st Kelso Ram Sales.
Scottish breeders were out in force at the Northern Supreme Sale of Blue Texels in Carlisle.
Aberdeenshire breeder Robbie Wilson achieved the top price of 16,000gn at the English National Texel Sale in Worcester.
Trade rose by more than £700 on the year (but for 89 fewer sold) at the Scottish National Show and Sale of Texel rams at Lanark, where prices peaked at 125,000gn.
Farmers and crofters have been advised to take steps to protect their sheep from ticks.
A new centre record was set when a shearling ram sold for 2,100gn at the Scottish Jacob sale at St Boswells.
A new woolly weapon is being deployed to take on alien invaders along a north-east river.
Beef and sheep producers have been told to plan ahead for winter forage and straw supplies to avoid any nasty surprises.
Sales of breeding stock have been boosted by the good weather and quick grass growth, according to Aberdeen and Northern Marts (ANM).
A Caithness farm has been unveiled as the venue for next year’s Highland Sheep event.
Scottish breeders were out in force at the inaugural Borderway Beauties sale of Suffolk females in Carlisle.
Day two in the sheep rings saw the Texel section prove as busy as ever, with spectators crowding the ring to witness two north-east breeders claim the top awards.