Aberdeen scientists have shown it can be possible to lower emissions while breeding cattle.
An animal lover who took out a loan to save three cows from slaughter has thanked a north-east sanctuary for giving them a forever home.
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.
A north-east farmer's cows had to be put down after he failed to get them treatment – causing them months of suffering.
A north-east farming family has been nominated for a beef award.
All three animals were allegedly suffering from ingrowing horns which had penetrated their heads.
An animal sanctuary is hoping to raise enough money to send a herd of North-east cattle to a new home after they were saved from going to auction.
Three cows are loose on an Aberdeen road, causing an obstruction. The animals are on the road at Prime Four, on the Kingswells to Bucksburn road. A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “Three cows are on the road and causing an obstruction. “Police are on scene and dealing with the incident.” More to follow.
Three cows have died after a lorry carrying them left a North-east road.
Cows across the North-east are being fitted with pedometers in an attempt to enhance the breeding process.
A dairy farm playing its coos country moosic to see if it helps them produce more milk has reported some surprising results.
Drivers faced delays on a section of the A90 after cows got on to the road.
AN ABERDEEN golf club was forced to close due to "an invasion of cows".
POLICE are searching for cows on the loose on a busy a North-east road.
A HERD of cows caused delays on a road this morning.