Bring out the bunting – Scotland’s summer show season is back in business!
Farmers could be breeding more environmentally-friendly cattle by next year to reduce the sector’s carbon footprint, scientists have said.
Aberdeen services have been affected this morning after a train struck a cow.
A north-east farmer has been banned from keeping cattle after three of his cows had to be put down when he failed to get them treatment for ingrowing horns.
To coincide with this weekend’s Turriff Show we’ve searched our archives for some of our favourite images of the event taken over the past few decades.
Delays are expected for Aberdeen rail travellers after a train struck cattle between Keith and Elgin.
A police department in Connecticut has issued a warning to the public on its Facebook page describing an incident where “two suspicious males [went] door to door trying to sell dairy products”.
A number of cattle have been stolen from farms in an area of Aberdeenshire.
We sent our photographer Kath Flannery out to mingle with the thousands of visitors at this year’s Banchory Show.