The world of equestrian showing is always enriched by the characters you’ll meet on an agricultural show day.
One of Scotland’s newest rural event venues is being developed high on the south-facing hills overlooking the Carse of Gowrie.
There will be absolutely no scope for a “bonfire of red tape and so-called regulations” relating to animal health and welfare, following the UK’s exit from the European Union.
The age-old question of how to generate a larger margin from wool has long challenged farmers across the country.
Scotland’s schools should do more to recognise farming as a genuine career, a committee in Westminster has been told.
The UK will not be “chasing the rainbow” of a level playing field when it seeks to develop future farming policy for the post-Brexit era.
Big four supermarket giant Morrisons has announced it will recruit more than 200 new British food suppliers in a bid to drive up self-sufficiency and local procurement across the UK.
The farming unions from England and Northern Ireland revealed they would be “happier” to avoid devolution of agricultural policy and instead want to retain standardised legislation following the UK’s exit from Europe.
Poultry farmers in Germany and the Netherlands have become the first to reach the end of a 12-week deadline allowing produce to remain ‘free-range’ when kept indoors due to disease threat.
One of Scotland’s biggest soft fruit companies enjoyed a successful year last year with a boost in both profits and turnover.