• SIR, - The front page picture of the veteran 'No Thanks' brigade certainly roused the passion of the young Scandi/Scots who have an occasional habit of descending in droves on Aith; usually when the bulk of the work is done.

  • SIR, - The four past NFUS presidents suggest that all will be fine with Scottish farming once we are firmly ensconced as members of the EU, which may take a year or two, but will cause no concern because Mr Swinney will 'look after us' during the interim period.

  • SIR, - I have been a supporter of independence all of my life, initially probably as a feeling of being a patriotic Scot.

  • SIR, - I find the correspondence in The SF interesting.

  • SIR, - I know why you are declaring your opinion on September 13 and it will be for 'Yes', so that Better Together will have no input before the vote.

  • SIR, - I attended one of the many local meetings being held across Scotland on the Referendum providing answers for a confused public.

  • SIR, - After reading the article by Robert Gilchrist (knowledge transfer specialist with QMS), I felt both humiliated and extremely angry.

  • SIR, - Are farmers really so feeble-minded that they can be influenced by the declared voting intentions of the NFUS old geezers from the Yes and No Thanks camps?

  • SIR, - Re your article on QMS new initiative on knowledge transfer.

  • SIR, - Agriculture and the internationally-acclaimed food and drink industry are key strengths of the Scottish economy.