The long-awaited sequel to the Scottish farming world’s gangnam-style video has finally hit the web.
Few will have heard Richard Lochhead as impassioned as he was yesterday when he opened the AgriScot event at Ingliston.
Agriscot made a flying start yesterday thanks to a quartet of young debaters and a very thorny subject.
The Colquhoun family, from Inverbervie, have been crowned winners of the coveted Scottish Dairy Herd of the Year for the second year since its inception.
The Scotch Beef Farm of the Year award was won by Alistair Foubister’s Netherton Farm on Orkney.
A “true legend” was crowned Super Cow for the second time in her life at the climax of AgriScot at Ingliston.
Scots farming leaders have marched on Westminster, urging politicians from all parties to back calls for Scottish farmers to receive a fairer share of vital Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) funds.
If weeds and pests in arable crops are to be controlled successfully in the future, a whole range of new strategies will have to be employed.
There was never going to be any escaping the effects of last year’s dreadful weather, a fact confirmed by the latest edition of Quality Meat Scotland’s Cattle and Sheep Enterprise Profitability report.
Scotland’s largest machinery ring, Ringlink (Scotland), is a growing business.