Sales of new tractors in Scotland during the first half of the year bucked the national trend.
Farming and meat trade leaders have united in condemning a hugely damaging U-turn by the UK Government concerning a previously agreed improvement to sheep ageing rules as they apply to TSE regulations.
Sitting down to write this piece, I am faced with the fact that there is no escape from Brexit.
Charolais bulls met a flying trade at Stirling Bull Sales on Monday with a new breed sale average set and a top price of 46,000gn paid.
Scottish farmers may be better off leaving fields fallow rather than growing cereals this summer.
Dundee company Stoneridge Electronics stayed in the red last year due to foreign exchange rates negatively impacting on performance.
The boardroom revolution at Dundee’s Alliance Trust has claimed its highest profile casualty after chairman Karin Forseke revealed she was stepping down after four years.
A bumper harvest has resulted in a pre-tax profit of £2.1 million and a turnaround in financial fortunes for Cupar-based Kettle Produce Limited, a major supplier of fresh produce to UK supermarkets.
A Perthshire farmer who manages his farm to cope with regular flooding has hit out at Sepa for its inflexible approach to river management.
With lambing fast approaching the past week has been spent getting fertiliser on parks and preparing sheds in case of bad weather for the expectant ladies. The ewes carrying twins and triplets receive concentrate feed and the singles on the hill get energy blocks. Your day soon disappears before they are fed and checked that all is well.