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A delayed and over-budget Scottish government IT project had a serious conflict of interest at the heart of the programme, auditors have confirmed.
Farming leaders believe there could be a case for genetically modified (GM) crops to be grown in Scotland after world-leading scientists said they were safe to use.
A farmer has been found guilty of allegations he committed fraud by lying about eggs he supplied from his farm.
Livestock farmers and vets across the Highlands have won their battle to retain vital veterinary disease surveillance facilities in Inverness.
Everything great is worth waiting for but even Shropshire farmer Caroline Hulland admits her patience has been tried this spring - with asparagus crops running late.
A first generation dairy farmer from Melbourne near York has been chosen to join the national dairy board of the National Farmers’ Union.