A growing number of aspiring Scottish farmers feel “ frustrated and angry” that a key ambition of the reformed Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has failed and left them out in the cold without financial support.
A bumper soft fruit harvest in 2014 and strong links with local growers helped propel Perthshire berry wine producer, Cairn O’Mhor to the final of the BBC Radio 4 Food awards in Bristol.
The highest authority in European agriculture is coming to Edinburgh later this month to spell out to Scottish farmers why they should vote to stay in the EU.
Britain's pig industry has pledged to reduce its use of antibiotics in a bid to counter concerns over growing resistance in humans and animals.
Holidays for horse owners – and their horses – are now on offer at a new specialist horse campsite at Lindores Cross Country, the established farm riding course near Newburgh in Fife .
Perthshire farmers uncovered broad cross party political will to square up to supermarkets and get a fairer deal for producers when six parliamentary candidates faced an NFU Scotland (NFUS) hustings meeting.
An innovative farm-based renewables project has been short-listed for a prestigious national award.
Politicians of all parties have been urged to get behind a campaign to force distillers to use exclusively Scottish grain in the production of whisky.
Scottish law firm Thorntons has bolstered its land and rural business team with the appointment of Ross Law, a registered valuer, lawyer and chartered rural surveyor.
Highland cattle will be sold at the Stirling pedigree bull sales for the first time next month.