Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
Sir, - I have lived, done business and socialised among the English now for 25 years and I can honestly say I have, in the main, found them to be decent and tolerant people.
SIR, - The announcement recently that the proposed merger of Scotland's Rural College (SRUC) with the University of Edinburgh was not to go ahead has important implications for many of SRUC's functions.
Sir - Well done on an excellent leader in last week's issue.
SIR, - There are two issues regarding your leader comment on rewilding.
SIR, - My husband and myself have a small farm in Caithness where we have breeding sheep.
SIR, - I was fortunate to attend the sale of the John Mattley collection, featured in The Scottish Farmer of July 18.
SIR, - I read with some interest Alyn Smith's comments on June 27 regarding dairy farmers being left 'at the mercy' of the UK government.
SIR, - I read with interest the front page article in last week's edition of The Scottish Farmer concerning Graham Burke.
SIR, - As president of the BFSB Association I take exception to Barry Sangster's views on Blackface sheep in his letter in last week's The SF.
SIR, - Your list of land reform measures (Land reform begins, 27th June) currently being taken forwards seems to miss the most fundamental aspect of all.