The latest TV advert to promote Scotch Beef will premiere at cinemas across Scotland this week.
Fears that farmers’ use of some types of AD digestate on land used to grow malting barley could see grain rejected have been resolved by assurance provider Scottish Quality Cereals (SQC).
Scotland’s rural charity RSABI has commissioned expert advice to model the likely workload and financial demands on resources over the next five years.
A former vice-president of Scotland’s farmers’ union has called on the industry to relinquish the pre-harvest use of glyphosate to maximise the chances of the herbicide continuing to be licensed for other essential applications.
A leading Fife farmer has warned that the spate of tractor thefts in the area by organised criminal gangs has the potential to escalate into a “danger to life and limb”.
Failure to monitor worm burdens could result in costly growth rate losses in sheep, warns Zoetis.
Tenant farmers in Scotland have been given new confidence to seek help in disputes with their landlords following the successful resolution of a controversial case in the Borders.
Cattle floats, trailers and horse boxes were loaded up with hundreds of prize-winners and thousands of also-rans last night as farmers made their weary way home after a vintage Royal Highland Show.
Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt says one of his first tasks as prime minister would be to develop an immigration system that recognises the “distinct needs” of Scottish farming.
Farm leaders have called for certainty and clarity over the way in which industry will transition from the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) into post-Brexit policy.