• SIR, - It is always disappointing when some groups make sweeping statements about the impact of modern farming methods without checking the facts.

  • SIR - Too wee; No!

  • SIR, - in his usual excellent report, Richard Wright mentioned pressure from the new EU Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, for simpler policies that will deliver growth and jobs.

  • SIR, - Re your wildlife crime campaign:

  • SIR, - There was an ominous fog over Edinburgh during referendum day.

  • SIR, - So that's it then:

  • SIR, - After failing to raise the fact that SNH was dictating the number of deer on Scotland's mountains as 10 per a 1000 acres or 100 per 10,000 acres I felt compelled to write again.

  • SIR, - By the time this letter is published we will know whether or not Scotland is to be an independent country.

  • SIR, - I have read most, but not all, of the published letters and comments on the Referendum, and I have purposefully delayed contacting The Scottish Farmer until such time as my comments, if published, will not affect the outcome of the Referendum in any way.

  • SIR, - I have been interested to read your coverage of the forthcoming referendum on Scottish independence from the UK.