This weekend will see a change in weather as strong winds follow on from the recent snow across the north.
1974 started with the implementation of the Three-Day Week to conserve electricity in the face of restricted fuel supplies.
Agri and Rural Affairs Conference attendees travelled from across Scotland to discuss the theme of sustainability in agriculture.
The Inverness Rural and Veterinary Innovation Centre will be central to SRUC's display.
Enforcement officers will begin an initial phase of farm visits, the next step of the Official Control Regulations which were introduced in 2020.
The latest 2023 figures released by the Scottish Government show mixed findings with changes in livestock, arable and vegetable proportions.
Senior sheep and beef specialist at SAC Consulting Kirsten Williams is encouraging sheep farmers to take a closer look at the growth of their lambs.
The Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers in Scotland has released its 2022 throughput figures gathered from its members in Scotland.
Farming Union says the ban will "consign some of Scotland’s hillside to monocultures of tick-laden nature-depleted bracken."
Scottish farming and crofting families who were seriously hit by last weekend’s flooding are being encouraged to contact RSABI to apply for support.
Cereal production is expected to remain in line with the ten-year average despite significant challenges during the year.
SEPA's interim head of functions, Nathan Critchlow-Watton discusses the increasing issue of drought at the Future Farming Expo
Visitors from across the country made their way to Aberdeen on Tuesday for the first day of the new Future Farming Expo showcase.
The groundbreaking showcase of Scottish agricultural innovation includes an exclusive look at Scotland’s new agricultural reform policy.
Proposals to increase levy rates have been announced by public body Quality Meat Scotland.
The number of invasive non-native species arriving in Scotland is increasing year on year leading to a new top 10 species warning list being created.
Efforts to discover the mystery cause of a devastating horse disease called equine grass sickness have turned to soil science to find an answer.
NFU Scotland says the Agriculture and Rural Communities (Scotland) Bill is a key step forward but policy detail now needs urgent attention.
Support for farmers and crofters to produce food more sustainably, work with nature and reduce emissions is at the heart of new draft legislation.
Wet weather in recent weeks means that some areas, including parts of the north-east and the Borders, have still to complete their harvest.