A farming business which bought more than 1,200 acres of land near Dundee in 2014 and started producing milk just four years ago has launched farmland on the market for £5 million.
Producers in the hills and uplands look set to be the main beneficiaries of the initial £80 million of convergence funds to be distributed by the Scottish Government.
One of the most scenic national ploughing matches ever to be held in Scotland attracted thousands of spectators to the “golden fringe” of the East Neuk over the weekend.
Scottish farmers yesterday begged leading politicians for clarity over future trading conditions and presented them with examples of how Brexit uncertainty is already biting across the industry.
An agricultural insurer has warned farmers they should reassess the value of their machinery, buildings and equipment or face losing thousands of pounds on theft and fire claims.
Scotland’s farming and countryside sectors are leading the way in tackling the climate crisis, a new report has said.
A measure that would secure as much as £2 million of Scottish meat promotion funding has been proposed by the Scottish Government after Westminster’s Agriculture Bill failed to pass through Parliament.
Simmentals met a steady yet selective trade at the Stirling Bull Sales with seven lots selling for five-figure prices.
Charolais bulls achieved the highest price of the fixture at the closing day of the Stirling Bull Sales.