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  • RURAL CRIME in Scotland is fast becoming a free-for-all, with no area immune to the problem, costing those who live and work in the countryside almost £2million a year - and the bill could go higher.

  • LAND EXPERTS have given their account of the market last year and their predictions for 2015 - and reckon Scottish farmland will still be attractive to buyers down south keen to up their acreage.

  • SCOTTISH ARABLE farmers concerned about over-regulation of their industry have been given a stark insight into the strict regulatory processes that farmers have to endure in Denmark.

  • A FATHER and son from Northern Ireland have been sentenced to four months in prison after pleading guilty to animal cruelty charges.

  • TWO NORTHERN Irish farmers seeking to replace lost acres of conacre land got embroiled in a bidding war at a land rental auction last week, sending prices rocketing to £340 per acre.

YFC News

YFC News

  • There was plenty flesh on show from the West Renfrew team which finished equal third in the Happy Feet dance off Ref:KK200215005

  • AT THE recent West Region drama festival, it was the Stirling, Strathkelvin and Strathendrick YFC team which came out on top with their performance of 'The Death Of Little Willy'.

  • NORTH REGION YFC members downed a pint of milk to support dairy farmers during their 2015 regional conference

  • NOW IN their 75th year, Kilmaurs Young Farmers held a dinner dance to celebrate at the Sea Mill Hydro, Sea Mill.

  • YOUNG Farmers attending both the North and West Region conferences over the weekend wanted to show their support for the British dairy industry by drinking pints of milk.

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