• Before I became the wife of a Scottish farmer on a West Coast island, I had a rose-tinted view of what a farm kitchen would look like: lambs reviving in the bottom of the Aga.

  • The Green Shed on the tiny Hebridean island of Muck, is open for business 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • First off, here is a little background on Andrew, who will be 90, in March, next year.

  • Using natural products is always preferable to using harsh chemicals to soothe already sensitive skin and Michael Lynch, of OrlDen Herbal Products in Warrenpoint, Co Down, in Northern Ireland, has taken this a step further by educating himself enough to create herbal creams and lotions which can be used on livestock, pets and humans alike.

  • CKD Galbraith, one of Scotland’s leading property consultants, has been instructed to handle the sale of the Newtyle Fishings, one of the most attractive and accessible double beats on the middle Tay, in all extending to 1¼ miles of predominantly double bank fishing.

  • Thinking about breathing new life into your redundant farm steading, or looking to increase your income with holiday cottages? No matter how big or small your plans – The Building Workshop could provide the perfect solution.

  • How many ways can you use up tomatoes?

  • The humble sheep plays a curious role in the history of the Scottish Highlands – where, this very symbol of meekness and mild acceptance of sacrifice is often cast as the villain.

  • New direction FOR CHEF DUE TO ILLNESS

  • Each year the staff of The Scottish Farmer take on a summer challenge to win the coveted TSF perpetual trophy.