Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
THE fall-out from the Agricultural Holdings Legislation Review Group's final report shows no sign of abating.
'OFFICIAL' EU milk quotas might be on the verge of disappearing, but the concept seems to be alive and well with First Milk this week joining Graham's The Family Dairy in implementing its own version of supply management.
THE SCOTTISH Government's rural affairs boss, Richard Lochhead, was this week served notice that the snuggly relationship he has with NFU Scotland might not just be so cosy in the future.
FARMERS could be forgiven for thinking Stirling was the centre of the universe this week, as hundreds descended on the central Scotland market town for the annual February Bull Sales.
THE Scottish Government this week set itself on a collision course with landlords when it unveiled the final proposals from the AHLRG.
THE Road Equivalent Tariff has proved a boon to the vast majority of those living in Scotland's islands.
THE ONE area where there is a fundamental difference of opinion between many Scottish farming organisations and ScotGov's rural affairs department is regarding the use of GM technology.
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