Volunteers are planting crops that could flavour gin, clean up air pollution or provide materials for lithium batteries in a “wet farming” trial to protect peat.
Nicola Sturgeon's top adviser has been ridiculed after it emerged she ordered civil servants to investigate the use of the Union flag on Scotch Beef during the pandemic.
Liz Truss has been left red faced after accidentally promising to "undermine" UK farmers in US trade talks.
More than 20 straw bales have been destroyed in two deliberate fires.
Ploughing matches scheduled to take place over the coming months have all been cancelled across the north-east.
Two north-east farmers have been named among the successful applicants for the Soil Association Scotland’s Farmer Ambassador programme.
Sheep rustling rose almost 15% year-on-year at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, figures suggest.
A new initiative to support north-east men with long-term health problems during the coronavirus pandemic has been launched.
A beloved north-east farm has announced plans to reopen to the public in autumn.
The rural economy will receive additional support after a north-east MSP's amendment was passed at Holyrood.
Bring out the bunting – Scotland’s summer show season is back in business!
Independent food suppliers tell Nadia Vidinova about the boom in popularity of vegetable boxes.
Intensive farming practices provide the perfect environment for bacteria and viruses to spread across the world and increase the risk of epidemics, scientists have said.
A potentially deadly disease affecting olive trees in Europe could take a huge economic toll in the next five decades, researchers have said.
Celebrity activists such as Joaquin Phoenix need to be careful of the consequences of their calls for people to ditch eating meat, a farming leader has warned.
A commitment by the UK Government to spend almost £3 million on farms has been welcomed in the north-east
An MP has called for a seasonal farm worker scheme to increase to accommodate the demands of the Scottish agriculture industry.
Power tools, farming equipment and whisky worth more than £10,000 have been stolen from a farm in the north-east.
When you’ve worked in farming for your whole life, it’s more than a business – it’s in the blood, says Steven Innes, whose Highland farms are among Graham’s the Family Dairy partners supplying customers in Aberdeen.
A north-east farmer has joined forces with a technology company to design a smartphone app which aims to cut agricultural deaths.
A new partnership will give north-east students the chance to gain “real world” farming experience.
Lessons from 20th century Aberdeenshire could help ‘keep money in rural economy’ says Lord Inglewood
Rural economies could improve by taking inspiration from early 20th-Century Aberdeenshire, a lord has suggested.
Scientists are working to breed sheep which produce less greenhouse gases in order to reduce their impact on the environment.
The Prime Minister visited a farm in the north-east on a trip to Scotland to announce extra funding to be made available for farmers.
Bad weather is threatening to blight the harvest in the north-east, according to a leading farming union.
North-east residents are being invited to learn more about historic farming practices in the area.
Developing farming systems with crops that “like their feet wet” could help protect soils and cut carbon emissions from peat-rich areas, experts have said.
New technology that could help farmers quickly spot diseases in plants using smartphones has been developed by researchers.
An Aberdeen university group is aiming to reduce deaths in the farming sector – by looking at the airline industry.
Scientists have identified a new technique to help plants grow with less water.