Arable farmers should question economies of scale and whether higher yields translate into more profits, according to David Siddle from Andersons Northern.
A new blackberry breeding programme at the James Hutton Institute has enjoyed a hugely encouraging first year, according to fruit breeder Nikki Jennings.
A no-deal Brexit could result in market shutdowns similar to those experienced in the 2001 foot-and-mouth outbreak.
Perth farmer and stand-up comedian Jim Smith is performing a date in his home city as part of his extended Scottish tour.
Fergus Ewing demands compensation for Scottish farmers and crofters if no-deal Brexit becomes reality
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has called on the UK Government to give Scottish farmers and crofters compensation in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Pumpkins, red deer, tattie vodka and New Zealand dairy cows will be up for discussion at an event for new or aspiring farmers later this month.
An apple grower has gone viral with images which show ghostly ice fruits hanging from a tree in freezing cold weather.
Plans for a controversial Perthshire chicken farm could be approved next week, despite opposition from locals.
Farmers attend the annual Stirling Bull Sales event, one of the biggest in the UK, which runs over two weeks at United Auction in Stirling, Scotland. Around 12,000 British and international farmers, commercial buyers and pedigree enthusiasts are visiting the city for the event, which will feature ten pedigree breeds.
Madam, – While sympathising with cash-strapped local authorities, the plans by Angus, Dundee and Perth and Kinross councils to centralise the preparation and distribution of school meals seems to be at odds with Parliamentary policy.