Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
BIG PHIL Hogan has made a positive impression since taking over as the EU farm commissioner, but he's in danger of losing his Brownie points if he remains in denial that farming is in a crisis.
MUCH has been written and said regarding the ills of the dairy industry at the present time.
MORRISONS’ cack-handed attempt to save the dairy industry has been described as a ‘sham’ and a ‘fig leaf’ cover up for the real problems behind the current dissent by dairy farmers regarding the price they receive.
THIS great industry of ours has, unfortunately, an unenviable record of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory!
SCOTTISH farming is racing like a runaway train towards a weather-induced crash - with nary a set of buffers in sight.
SUPERMARKETS may not be quite staring in to the same financial abyss as many farming enterprises, but there is, however, growing indications that they are feeling the pinch.
THE SNP finds itself in a right pickle this week over matters rural - and most of it is the party's own fault!
NECESSITY, they say, is the mother of invention!
SCOTGOV has accepted the vast majority of Brian Pack's Doing Better report.
HOW to go about emulating - or even surpassing - a record breaking show will be exercising the minds of RHASS directors and staff in the weeks ahead.