A well-known pig farmer is this year’s recipient of NFU Scotland’s (NFUS) north-east region Unsung Hero award.
It was the Charolais cow from father and son duo John and Raymond Irvine of Inverlochy, Tomintoul, which took the supreme champion of champions title at a gloriously sunny Turriff Show yesterday.
Riders and equine enthusiasts were out in force at the Turriff Show.
Visitors to the Turriff Show yesterday were keen to discuss Brexit and the affects it will have on agriculture in the north-east.
Thousands from across the north-east flocked to Turriff on Sunday as Scotland’s largest two-day agricultural show began.
The Turriff Show, which runs on August 5-6, is the biggest two-day agricultural show in Scotland.
Some of the finest livestock from across the north will go on show next month at the Turriff Show.
The Scottish National Simmental Cattle Show is set to take place at this year’s Turriff Show in August.
Council funding is being sought to help with the running of the north-east’s largest agricultural show.
Aberdeenshire Council and a local community group have a launched a consultation on the future of a north-east public park.
Turriff Show organisers, the Turriff District Agricultural Association (TDAA), has purchased a neighbouring field to the showground.
Agronomy firm Agrii has been unveiled as the new sponsor for the Turriff Show for the next two years.
This summer is providing a bumper harvest for our fishermen especially chasing the ‘pink gold’ Langoustine – Dublin Bay Prawn – Norwegian Lobster Langastino – Cigalas or its Latin name Nepthrop Nervegicas but to us fishers it’s just a “Praan” (prawn) to give it a few more names.
The operators of farm assurance schemes such as Red Tractor and Quality Meat Scotland were branded “industry parasites” during a debate on post-Brexit farming.
Two well-known livestock breeders from the north-east celebrated their birthdays by taking home the supreme show champion of champions and reserve titles at the Turriff Show.
Organisers of the Turriff Show praised crowds who turned out for the second day of the event despite poor weather.
The farmers with some of the best blocks of barley and wheat this season have been unveiled by two agricultural shows in the north-east.
Turriff Show organisers have hailed an increase in entries for sheep for this year’s show.
Police have warned visitors to the north-east’s biggest agricultural show to behave responsibly after the marquee dance at a similar event was marred by trouble earlier this month.
The impact of Brexit on Scottish agriculture will be debated at a special event at the Turriff Show next week.
The final preparations for the north-east’s biggest agricultural event are under way.
Glorious sun shone down on the Turriff Show as the coveted show champion of champions title was awarded to a yearling Clydesdale filly from Buckie breeder Ian Young.
Organisers of the Turriff Show hailed it as the "best two days of the summer" last night.
Heavy rain showers did not dampen a fiery first day at the Turriff Show as thousands of people turned out for one of the biggest events on the agricultural calendar.
A 35-acre field of winter barley has landed north-east farmer Sandy Norrie the champion title in this year's Turriff Show cereals competition.
The final preparations for Scotland's largest agricultural event were under way last night.
Police will scale down their presence at some of the north-east's biggest events this summer.
Police have praised attendees of the Turriff Show for following the rules to ensure its success.
All slightly muddied roads led to Turriff yesterday for the conclusion of one of the country's biggest agricultural gatherings.
The north-east's biggest agricultural gala kicked-off yesterday with thousands of people from across the country making the annual pilgrimage to the Turriff Show.
The final preparations for the north-east's biggest agricultural event are under way.
A national discussion on the future of Scottish agriculture will be kick-started at next week's Turriff Show.