Albion reapers, binders, mowers, rakes, seed drills, potato planters and diggers and barn machinery had worked on Britain’s farms ever since the 19th Century, the firm having been founded by Henry Harrison, Alexander McGregor and George Rich in 1872.
Robert Burns left a legacy of powerful and enduring thoughts, many of which have been articulated over the past three weeks.
We are conducting an online survey to find out more about the farming sector in the region.
He listened. And, invariably, he delivered.
George Henderson’s words of wisdom on how to climb farming ladder help set stage for Oxford Farming Conference
The 2015 Oxford Farming Conference, which gets under way on Wednesday, seeks to champion ambitious agriculture and test the notion that industry success is ultimately home grown.
Invergowrie-based James Hutton Institute (JHI) has won almost half the £48 million scientific budget for agriculture, food and environment research announced yesterday by the Scottish Government.
Carlisle auctioneer David Thomlinson had quite a task in front of him at the Great Yorkshire Show, with the best part of four hours of cattle judging to look forward to.
The high stakes involved in farm tenancy reform reached a climax this weekend when Scotland’s lairds made a last-ditch attempt to influence the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill that will get its final hearing in parliament on Wednesday.
Farm food revolution- ‘My sisters and I thought it was ridiculous when my parents suggested a farm shop’
With stunning views overlooking the Firth of Forth and a reputation for fresh, local, inspiring food from the farm and surrounding area, the Ardross Farm Shop at Elie is at the forefront of efforts to show off Fife’s, and indeed Scotland’s, natural larder.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael said he is sympathetic to a call for Scotland to receive more CAP cash from the UK Government.