For more than a quarter of a century the Aberdeen-Angus cattle that graze the lush grass of the Carse of Gowrie have been a landmark on the busy A90.
The top pieces of Scottish straw bale art created in 2018 have been revealed.
Tenant farming activists have welcomed a Scottish Land Court ruling which has refused a landlord permission to evict a tenant to make way for a controversial £250 million film studio.
Almost a sixth of Scottish farm tenants who responded to a government survey have described the quality of their housing as poor or very poor.
An initiative to promote and encourage equality, diversity and inclusion in the UK farming industry has launched.
Scottish farmers’ long-standing hopes of getting their fair share of £160 million of EU funds appear to have been dashed by Defra and the UK Treasury.
The young farmers’ bale art competition which caught the imagination of the public as they drove past fields decorated with giant straw sculptures last autumn, has been relaunched for a second year.
New Zealand farmer Doug Avery – the author of The Resilient Farmer – together with his wife Wendy are currently touring Scotland speaking to farmers in a wide variety of venues.
The estate at the centre of a major confrontation over the way farm tenants were treated when land was sold has put another 9,000 acres on the market.
Pig industry leaders have warned of the “catastrophic consequences” of a no-deal Brexit which could see exports to the EU blocked but imports continuing to flood in to the country.