Perth Show is to move to the South Inch on a permanent basis.
NFU Scotland has made a clear call for the allocation of entitlements to the new Basic Payments Scheme (BPS) to be limited to the farmed area claimed last year.
Last weekend I was chatting to a prominent Perthshire farmer about CAP reform and how much time I was spending writing about it.
Tuesday evening sees the BBC TV programme Lambing Live turn the spotlight exclusively on the Dykes family at South Slipperfield, West Linton.
Two weeks ago a fellow professional contributor to this column wrote about the Chancellor’s intention to crack down on tax avoidance.
After-dinner speeches can be a bit of a mixed bag. Some are very good and others terrible, some are funny and others are serious.
Am I alone in being completely astonished at the wave of hysteria sweeping the beef sector at the moment?
By the middle of February, NFU Scotland will have its own, bespoke history.
Ask any farmer what they think of red tape and they will invariably say “I hate it!”
The one advantage the English NFU has over its Scottish counterpart is a written history.