• 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.

  • SIR, - Alec Salmond is betting our savings, our investments, our pensions and our business prospects on him being right and everyone else being wrong on a currency union with his absolute refusal to spell out what the alternative is if taxpayers in the rest of the UK say no thanks to underwriting a foreign country's debts which Scotland would be after independence, through a formal currency union .

  • SIR, - The mission statement of QMS is:

  • SIR, - In reply to Angus Macdonald letter of July 5 -I don't always agree with Jim Brown, but I do agree with him about the growing of GM crops.

  • SIR, - Re 'Biosecurity show stress' from last week's edition.

  • SIR, - Please would all cattle farmers, when registering the birth of a calf with BCMS fill in the sire`s eartag number.