Back in the 1980s, when Sandy Pattullo was at college, asparagus wasn’t seen as a viable crop in Scotland. Nothing daunted, he and wife Heather enjoyed growing asparagus in the garden and when farming friends from New Zealand visited and told them it was the easiest crop on the farm, it ignited an interest in the Pattullos to grow it commercially.
The new spring malting barley variety Laureate has won official approval for malt distilling and brewing
Up to 80% of airgun owners in Scotland could unwittingly become criminals when a new licensing law comes into effect on January 1, experts have warned. Michael Alexander reports.
Two brothers have been evicted from a farm after more than 20 years as a result of what they claim was a "legal error" made in 2003.
As English apple producers suggest Brexit could provide them with an economic boost, could Tayside and Fife's historic orchards have a bright future of their own? Michael Alexander found out.
Angus Show drew some of Scotland’s best livestock to Brechin Castle showground on Saturday and presented a great preview of some of the top quality animals that will be heading to the Royal Highland later this month.
Nicola Sturgeon begged European Commission to extend farming payment deadline in a bid to avoid fines
Nicola Sturgeon begged the man in charge of Europe’s rural affairs to extend the deadline for giving farmers money in an attempt to avoid paying hundreds of millions in fines.
For years we have been warned of the threat to the UK economy from an overheated housing market and an overvalued pound. Now our Prime Minister has told us if we vote for Brexit house prices will fall and the pound will weaken.
An Angus couple’s knitting yarn has sparked demand from as far afield as Alaska and Australia.
He listened. And, invariably, he delivered.