ABP finalises £24.5m investment in Scotland
Kelsey Daly
Some 80 positions have been created in the new ABP beef processing facility in Perth, Scotland.
15 May 2024 Pedigree
Trouper marches to 10k in Carlisle
Shanon Kinahan reports on a busy weekend for British Charolais breeders in Carlisle
4 May 2024 News
No suspension of Scottish log imports - Minister
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue was responding to a question asking his position on suspending log imports from Scotland due to the presence of the bark beetle there.
Setting climate targets was easy for politicians
Various devolved governments have their own climate targets, with the most ambitious being set in Scotland.
Seed shortages compound potato growers' woes
Many growers have only received 50% of the seed potatoes they need for this year's maincrop.
10 April 2024 News
Lambing 1,200 ewes indoors on placement in Scotland
UCD students Seán Myles and Conor Mitchell are on college placement in Scotland where they are lambing 1,200 ewes indoors.
9 April 2024 News
Calving interval target in Scotland suckler scheme
The Scottish Government has announced some changes to its long-running suckler support scheme
3 April 2024 Northern Ireland
Scotland proposes ban on enriched cages
Under the proposals, enriched caged production will be banned from 2034
3 April 2024 Northern Ireland
Growing anger at Welsh farm policies
The Welsh government is currently consulting on some radical changes to farm support.
14 February 2024 Northern Ireland
A 20,000gns double for Aberdeen Angus in Stirling
The 2024 sale season kicked off in Stirling last weekend with the sale of Angus, Hereford, Limousin and Shorthorns, writes Shanon Kinahan.
7 February 2024 Pedigree
New restrictions announced for timber imports from Scotland
The restrictions come as forestry sector fears of a bark beetle infestation have grown.
7 February 2024 Forestry
Diamanté shines bright at Inlambuary online sale
Shanon Kinahan reports on the Inlambuary in-lamb sheep sale.
24 January 2024 Pedigree