The Robertson family from Fodderletter, Tomintoul saw a championship win for their February-born Limousin cross bullock.
Attendees will be given the opportunity to have a check-up, including blood pressure, early diabetes detection and cholesterol testing.
NFU Scotland is looking to UK and Scottish Governments for food labelling changes to underpin the nation’s food security.
Levy payers can hear how Quality Meat Scotland will deliver its five-year strategy at events in Dingwall, Inverurie and Thurso.
Agri and Rural Affairs Conference attendees travelled from across Scotland to discuss the theme of sustainability in agriculture.
Work on improving animal health and welfare through excellence in veterinary services has seen recognition for Scotland’s Rural College.
Combine harvesters were the farm vehicles hardest hit by harvest fires, with the number of fires doubling on the previous year.
The new Aberdeen based Vet School and the Inverness Rural and Veterinary Innovation Centre will be central to SRUC's display.
A special celebration of some of the best of north-east agriculture has seen the Royal Northern Agricultural Society awards presented.
Enforcement officers will begin an initial phase of farm visits, the next step of the Official Control Regulations which were introduced in 2020.
With local farmers dealing with aftermath of heavy rain and flooding, the issue of mud on roads in Aberdeenshire is being highlighted.
The latest 2023 figures released by the Scottish Government show mixed findings with changes in livestock, arable and vegetable proportions.