Scottish land managers are among the sectors which have been praised for making progress in meeting international nature targets.
The summer show circuit got off to a cracking start in Fife when crowds flooded in to a packed Cupar showfield on a day of glorious sunshine.
The Fife field that recorded a spectacular 7.13 tonnes to the acre yield last year looks like it has the potential to repeat the performance under official trial conditions.
A consultation on new legislation to tackle the growing problem of livestock worrying is being brought forward by a Highlands and Islands MSP.
An ambitious bid to turn Scotland’s £200 million sheep industry into a £1 billion rural powerhouse has been launched by the National Sheep Association (NSA).
Scottish politicians and farm industry leaders have been urged to support an appeal to the Home Office for vets to be placed on the shortage occupation list to safeguard against a post-Brexit crisis of numbers.
A 523-acre farm which overlooks the Firth of Tay will be launched on the market this week at offers over £3 million.
You have to wonder what prompted Edinburgh City Council to take the provocative stance of dropping meat from primary schools every Monday as part of the Meat Free Monday movement.
Sponsored: Parkside Veterinary Group Ltd announce agreement to provide services to all Provost Farm and Equine customers
Parkside Veterinary Group Ltd is pleased to announce that an agreement has been made with Provost Veterinary Group to provide veterinary services to all the Provost farm and equine customers when Simon Hiles retires at the end of May. This will extend the area they cover to include the whole of Fife.
Scottish breeders reigned supreme at the Stirling May Bull Sales with the champion rosettes for the Aberdeen-Angus, Charolais and Simmental bulls awarded to stockmen from north of the border.