The findings of potato cultivation trials will be revealed to farmers at an open day on Bruce Farms at Meigle.
Commercial plant companies in Holland and the Ukraine have committed to a five-year funding programme to help scientists at Invergowrie breed improved varieties of blueberries for European farmers.
The most unpopular rules in agriculture look set to be scrapped as soon as the UK leaves Europe.
The meat promotion body Quality Meat Scotland came under fire from two of the candidates standing for NFU Scotland's vice presidential posts during a hustings meeting in Perth.
A team of rural property consultants has called on Scottish farmers and landowners to take advantage of the growth in demand for forestry land.
Grampian Growers is upbeat about the seed tattie industry’s post-Brexit prospects.
The last Christmas hampers filled with the flavours and stories of Scotland's premium farm food have left Myreside Farm at Inverkeillor.
The founder of the world’s most successful beef breed is to be honoured with a memorial at Glamis Castle.
Lost voices of a bygone era have been unearthed as part of a local history project exploring rural Perthshire's rich past.
The agri-political event of the year had the potential to shine some light on the future of a troubled industry.