Hunter Murray, the managing director of Forfar mart operator Lawrie & Symington Ltd, is to retire at the end of the week after 38 years with the company.
Britain’s oldest herd of Aberdeen-Angus won its second bull calf championship in a week at the Black Beauty Bonanza show at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie.
Those who keep abreast of Scottish farming politics would have found little to surprise them in Scotland’s Future White Paper.
THE ROYAL Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland has announced that David Jackson has stepped into the role of interim Highland Show manager.
THE BEST class of Shetland mares that judge Jimmy Wilson has seen for “many years” produced his two supreme ponies for the 2013 Scottish National Fat Stock Club’s Native Pony Show at Stirling.
SCOTTISH agriculture has been sent reeling with the news that Professor Bob Webb is to step down with immediate effect as SRUC’s principal and chief executive.
The superior standard of this year’s crop of filly foals at the Clydesdale Winter Fair in Stirling eclipsed the senior entry of horses.
The National Premier Meat Exhibition had a new section to compete for this year, and it was to turn up at least one surprise.
The production of chicken could be slashed almost in half if the planned reduction in processing at the 2 Sisters factory in Coupar Angus is carried out.
The first Mains of Loirston Winter Wheat Challenge Cup was presented at AgriScot to a team of four, first-year BSc agri students from the Aberdeen campus of Scotland’s Rural College.