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Pig Producers’ Fund opens to support those affected by Brechin QPP temporary closure

Pig Producers’ Fund opens to support those affected by Brechin QPP temporary closure

Pig Producers’ Fund opens to support those affected by Brechin QPP temporary closure

Applications are now open to local producers for the hardship support scheme.


Delivering a new future for rural Scotland plan is unveiled

Delivering a new future for rural Scotland plan is unveiled

Delivering a new future for rural Scotland plan is unveiled

The next steps in reforming the agriculture sector to cut emissions and produce sustainable, high quality food have been set out.


SSEN teams up with young farmers to spread harvest safety advice

SSEN teams up with young farmers to spread harvest safety advice

SSEN teams up with young farmers to spread harvest safety advice

Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs are raising awareness of the potentially fatal consequences of striking an overhead power line.


Thainstone Spectacular hits a £5200 top price

Thainstone Spectacular hits a £5200 top price

Thainstone Spectacular hits a £5200 top price

The overall champion which was also the best Limousin came from J Robertson and Co, Newton of Logierait, Pitlochry.


AgriScot cancelled for 2021

AgriScot cancelled for 2021

AgriScot cancelled for 2021

The business event will now take place in February 2022, having been moved from its November date.


Aberdeen Christmas Classic plans unveiled for Thainstone Mart

Aberdeen Christmas Classic plans unveiled for Thainstone Mart

Aberdeen Christmas Classic plans unveiled for Thainstone Mart

The two day showcase event will return on Monday, November 29 and Tuesday 30 and is held in conjunction with the Aberdeen Fatstock Association.


Private Member’s Bill could offer a flytipping solution

Private Member’s Bill could offer a flytipping solution

Private Member’s Bill could offer a flytipping solution

NFU Scotland. the Scottish Government, Zero Waste Scotland, SEPA, local authorities and national parks are working to tackle the growing issue.


RSABI’s #KeepTalking campaign shortlisted for national charity award

RSABI’s #KeepTalking campaign shortlisted for national charity award

RSABI’s #KeepTalking campaign shortlisted for national charity award

The Agricultural charity is a finalist in the Campaign of the Year in the Scottish Charity Awards and People’s Choice Award categories.


Quality calves destined for the Thainstone Spectacular

Quality calves destined for the Thainstone Spectacular

Quality calves destined for the Thainstone Spectacular

An entry of 30 top-quality calves suitable for further exhibition is destined for next week’s Thainstone Spectacular show and sale.


New project aims to safeguard the bulb and potato sector

New project aims to safeguard the bulb and potato sector

New project aims to safeguard the bulb and potato sector

It will be led by Scotland’s Plant Health Centre and will receive £2.2 million of Scottish Government funding over five years.


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