The new spring malting barley variety Laureate has won official approval for malt distilling and brewing
Scotland's farmers are divided over whether to stay in the EU with a "total lack of evidence" on the alternative, MPs have been told.
A Perthshire farmer who manages his farm to cope with regular flooding has hit out at Sepa for its inflexible approach to river management.
The growing problem of rural crime has been exacerbated by the centralisation of Scotland’s police force to become Police Scotland, it has been claimed.
An unprecedented U-turn took place on a high Borders hillside when Scotland’s sheep farming leaders lent their backing to commercial forestry in the uplands.
Am I alone in being completely astonished at the wave of hysteria sweeping the beef sector at the moment?
3.7 million video views of my ewe lambs shows farming and Facebook can make a startlingly good match
I knew my days of shunning the evils of technology and Facebook were numbered when my niece and nephew kept referring to my mobile phone as “the brick”, writes Joyce Campbell.
The Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society has appointed Neil Caul as assistant breed secretary.
Describing the rejection of GM foods as a “form of madness I don’t understand,” the European Commission’s chief scientific adviser, Professor Anne Glover, used the issue as a prime example of evidence not being properly considered.