Livestock post-mortem examination (PM) facilities are to be axed in Perth and Ayr from next year in a cost-cutting move announced by Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC).
UK farming would take a hit of around £850 million in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to new research produced by farm business consultants, The Andersons Centre.
Banning livestock movement between farms and effectively shutting the countryside in the face of another foot- and-mouth (FMD) outbreak may not be the best approach, according to new research from Warwick University.
Scotland’s rural affairs secretary Fergus Ewing has accused the prime minister of trying to renege on his promise to return £160 million of EU convergence funds to Scottish farmers.
The ANM Group has launched a major campaign in Angus and Perthshire to attract new livestock business for its Thainstone Mart at Inverurie.
Scotland’s sheep industry brushed aside dire predictions of post-Brexit annihilation yesterday and quietly got on with the business of selling and buying lambs at one of the country’s landmark sales.
A Scottish Government summit to address the continued decline in beef prices failed to find a solution to the sector’s woes yesterday.
Kinross Show has rarely been beaten by the weather in its 179-year history but last weekend, for the first time in living memory, torrential rain stopped the organisers in their tracks.
A brave decision by the organisers to go ahead with Aberfeldy Show despite the horrendous conditions was well rewarded when the day, for the most part, welcomed glorious sunshine at Wade’s Park.
Red meat processors have hit back at accusations they are not doing enough to help the beef sector.