• TAKING the overall plaudits at the Clydesdale Winter Fair, as well as the junior championship, was Ronnie and Pete Black's Collessie Jennifer, from Newton of Collessie, Cupar.

  • BEST new product award wen to Premier Livestock Handling for the Unistock manual cattle squeeze.

  • WINNERS of the SRUC's Mains of Loriston Winter Wheat Challenge was the Barony-based team of Cailean Knapp, Fergus Scougal, William McMillan, Sam Mactiier and Ben McColm.

  • FOR just the second time, the live champion was also deemed to be the top cattle carcase at the prestigious Scottish Premier Meat Exhibition, hosted by Scotbeef at its Bridge of Allan plant, sponsored by Marks and Spencer and run by the Scottish National Fatstock Club.

  • COW comfort, cubicle cleanliness and attention to detail at all times were the key factors in the judge's choice of the Cogent 'Scottish Dairy Farm of the Year 2014', won this year by David Hamilton and his team at Meldrum, Blairdrummond.

  • BERWICKSHIRE pedigree Aberdeen-Angus breeders, John and Marion Tilson and their daughter, Wanda Hobbs, Wedderlie, Gordon, Duns, were announced as winners of the '2014 Scotch Beef Farm of the Year', at AgriScot.

  • A TOP quality line-up of silage entries from both north and south of the Border, saw Lanarkshire producers, AA Baird, Auchnotroch, Lesmahagow, win the main clamp silage competition at AgriScot.

  • IT'S a new dawn, it's a new day and it's certainly a new life for the Scottish National Fat Stock Club's LiveScot, formally known as the Scottish Winter Fair, as it moves to a new home at Lawrie and Symington's Lanark centre.

  • FARMERS from both sides of the Border and from all sectors of the industry were again out in force to support to Scotland's number one business event, at AgriScot, on Wednesday, where one of the best known Holstein cows in the business was crowned Supercow.

  • The Highland Area Texel Sheep Club held their annual flock competition recently with Mr Brian Buchan, Clintert Farm, Aberdour, Fraserburgh, acting as judge.