A six-week marketing campaign aimed at inspiring consumers to buy Scotch lamb will be launched on Monday.
Fuel processing giant Petroineos has called farmers to a meeting to discuss growing industry concerns that red diesel is causing damage to farm machinery.
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).
Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) allows you to deduct the full value of a qualifying item from your profits before tax and can be claimed on most plant and machinery up to the AIA amount.
Forestry owners will be offered advice on how to boost the productivity of their woodlands at a free meeting in Stirling later this month.
Tenant farmers in Scotland have been given new confidence to seek help in disputes with their landlords following the successful resolution of a controversial case in the Borders.
One of the biggest arable farming units to come on the market in Perthshire in recent years is for sale with a price tag of £7.6 million.
Special strawberries from Perthshire and Angus will make their mark in supermarkets across the UK and on the streets of Edinburgh this weekend.
The fuel crisis that is causing clogged diesel filters on tractors, lorries and other machinery appears to be getting worse on Scottish farms.
Scottish meat wholesalers have refused to respond to criticism that they and their English colleagues are “trading away the future of the beef industry for pennies”.