Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
There WAS a huge turnout for the funeral of Bruce Ferguson, the former secretary and latterly president of Turriff Show, who died suddenly while out on his farm at Ardmiddle Mains, Turriff.
John PURDIE FISHER, who farmed at Smalmstown and Howend, Longtown, in Cumbria, passed away on March 6.
OLD ETONIAN Jock Hargrave Scott-Park, who was a farmer at Gartocharn, on Loch Lomondside and a ground-breaking nutritionist, conservationist and piper, has died aged 84.
WITH THE death of Jim Kay in 2014, the Blackface breed lost one of its great characters.
PROMINENT ALYTH farmer and Charolais cattle breeder Jack Nicoll has died at the age of 73.
JIM WILSON was born at Jaapston Farm, Neilston on March 1, 1923, and was the middle child - older brother, Tommy, pre-deceased Jim and his younger sister, Isabel.
James McAlister was one of Bute's best known farmers and the oldest survivor of one of the longest established farming families on Bute.
The Scottish Borders was shocked to hear of the untimely death of Michael Dun, at the age of 54, on February 1, less than 24 hours after commentating at the West Percy point-to-point, where he had been his usual exuberant self.
ONE OF South-west Scotland's best known farmers and a true character, John B Houston, from Craigmullen, Dundrennan, Kirkcudbright, has died after a short illness, at the age of 63.
Professor Brian J Chambers, head of the ADAS Soils and Nutrients Group, died suddenly and unexpectedly on the morning of Saturday August 30.