An era of fairer and less confrontational farm rent reviews has been predicted by Scottish farming unions as work begins on the mechanics of assessing productive land values.
Farm leaders from the UK and the Republic of Ireland (ROI) have appealed to politicians to find a Brexit deal that would allow free trade of livestock to continue between the two countries.
The new spring malting barley variety Laureate has won official approval for malt distilling and brewing
A team of rural property consultants has called on Scottish farmers and landowners to take advantage of the growth in demand for forestry land.
Fresh asparagus grown in fields above the cliffs at Auchmithie is appearing on the shelves of Scottish farm shops and Waitrose supermarkets.
Tenant farmers are allegedly being turfed off their land to make way for trees on some of Scotland’s biggest estates.
A Blackface ewe hogg from Ian Hunter of Dalchirla smashed records at United Auctions when it went through the Stirling ring for £12,000.
Scotland’s food standards chief has admitted he faces a problem investigating ongoing allegations of meat substitution without undermining public confidence in Scottish produce.
The world of equestrian showing is always enriched by the characters you’ll meet on an agricultural show day.
Arable farmers in central Scotland are taking unprecedented steps to save their crops after weeks of drought have left light soils parched.