Concerns about future interest rate rises could be behind the first real terms fall in borrowing by Scottish farms for almost a decade.
When your office window comes with a changing view it’s likely you’re going to see more than a few things which catch the eye.
Scotland’s chief vet has insisted “high welfare standards” are in place when animals are transported overseas, branding a recent TV programme about the practice “alarmist”.
Farming leaders have urged politicians to get behind Theresa May’s Brexit plan for the sake of the agricultural sector.
A stretch of coastline has been transformed into a haven for rare animals, birds and wildflowers after traditional 1940s-style farming methods were adopted.
A start-up business with a “pioneering” approach to the farming of heather honey has taken on what is thought to be Scotland’s first apprentice in the sector.
Loans to help farmers hit by months of adverse weather are being offered by the Scottish Government.
Employers “have not even bothered to look” at British workers for vacancies currently filled by EU workers, Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith has said.
Targets to limit immigration should be scrapped after Brexit, the CBI has recommended.
The cost of rural crime – such as livestock and tractor theft – has risen at its fastest rate in eight years, new figures show.
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.
Prime Minister Theresa May has told farmers at the Royal Welsh Show that Brexit offers agriculture a “real opportunity for the future”.
Urgent action is needed to curb the “enormous volume of pesticides” used in UK farming which is damaging wildlife, Chris Packham has urged.
Former JLS Star JB Gill has thrown his weight behind an initiative to improve farm safety for both staff and children after it emerged agriculture is still one of the most dangerous industries to work in.
An ecologist bringing a High Court challenge against extended badger culls claims they risk making the bovine TB epidemic worse.
A rise in drone usage in the oil and gas industry and in Scotland’s farming industry could help to deliver a £42 billion boost to the UK economy by 2013, a new report has forecast.
Hundreds of people flocked to the North-east after a farmer’s invitation to meet newborn lambs went viral.
The number of livestock worrying incidents in Scotland has more than doubled in nine years, police statistics reveal.
Organisers of the Turriff Show praised crowds who turned out for the event despite poor weather.
A world-famous Scottish show has chosen to promote Aberdeenshire to its tens of thousands of visitors.
A community initiative encouraging people in the North-east to grow their own potatoes has celebrated a successful start.
Cows across the North-east are being fitted with pedometers in an attempt to enhance the breeding process.
An ambitious farmer is upping the steaks in her bid to rival world-renowned beef - such as Aberdeen Angus and Kobe - through her herd of Highland cows.
A hit TV show set around a North-east livestock market was due to return to screens tonight.
A farming family have transformed part of their 200 acres into a luxury glamping business.
A combine harvester has caught fire near a North-east village.
A MAN has died following an accident involving a combine harvester.