A Charolais breed milestone and half a century of renowned pedigree stockmanship in the Sidlaws is about to be celebrated with a big Balthayock birthday party.
A robotic, chemical-free solution to controlling powdery mildew, one of the most common diseases in strawberry cultivation, could be commercially available to growers in under a year.
A Scottish Government summit to address the continued decline in beef prices failed to find a solution to the sector’s woes yesterday.
Graham’s The Family Dairy has grown from its humble beginnings as a cow and cart milk round in Bridge of Allan to the number two food and drink brand in Scotland, second only to Irn Bru.
Fife-based farmers’ co-operative East of Scotland Growers has secured more than 70 new outlets for its range of broccoli crisps and is set to build on success by launching new products next year.
The licence for glyphosate in the EU does not expire until December 2022, but the future of the product is under increasing threat as a result of political decisions.
The champion at the Clydesdale Winter Fair at Lanark Mart was the same filly that took the championship at this year’s West Fife Show.
The nomination process for new EU commissioners is going smoothly, although the appointments have to be ratified by the European Parliament.
Banning livestock movement between farms and effectively shutting the countryside in the face of another foot- and-mouth (FMD) outbreak may not be the best approach, according to new research from Warwick University.
A farmer is preparing to host a special autumn market to bring together consumers and primary producers.