The Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society is gearing up for one of its most definitive years as it prepares to bring the World Angus Forum home to Scotland.
The rug of farm subsidies cannot be pulled from under the feet of UK farmers post-Brexit because the British industry is simply too reliant on support, a House of Lords inquiry has been told.
Young entrepreneur and game enthusiast Guy Wade has given flight to a new business that is taking the benefits of wild meats to a wider marketplace.
A new electronic bloodhound capable of sniffing out plant disease will shortly be available for use across the agricultural industry.
Farmers looking to gain a little more stability from the arable marketplace should explore closer, more localised buyers for their produce.
Craft beer is enjoying something of a revolution and one of the latest Scottish concoctions, brewed on a micro-scale from the heart of Angus, certainly looks set to take the fine ale market by storm.
Scotland’s rich game larder offers a wealth of tasty alternatives for anyone looking to deviate away from the tradition of roast turkey at Christmas time.
When William Wallace was hung, drawn and quartered, his remains were dispersed to Perth, Stirling, Newcastle and Berwick to spread fear among Scots and show the price of treason against the British monarchy.
With Rudolph watching over a herd of grazing reindeer outside Aberuthven, Christmas has certainly come early to Drumtogle Farm.
The North of Fife Foal Show Society celebrated its centenary show in style with a quality turnout of Clydesdales at Highfield at Howe.