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Worrying falls in populations of waders in Badenoch and Strathspey stronghold

Worrying falls in populations of waders in Badenoch and Strathspey stronghold

Worrying falls in populations of waders in Badenoch and Strathspey stronghold

Curlew and lapwing numbers have dropped by more than 60 per cent in Scotland since mid 1990s


Chance for Badenoch and Strathspey firms to shine at Royal Highland Show

Chance for Badenoch and Strathspey firms to shine at Royal Highland Show

Chance for Badenoch and Strathspey firms to shine at Royal Highland Show

Country's biggest and most prestigious farming showcase is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year


Grantown crofters launch their first book at town's Pagoda

Grantown crofters launch their first book at town's Pagoda

Grantown crofters launch their first book at town's Pagoda

Lynn Cassells and Sandra Baer starred in the popular BBC series This Farming Life


MSPs warn of a breakdown of trust at the Highland based Crofting Commission as a result of poor leadership

MSPs warn of a breakdown of trust at the Highland based Crofting Commission as a result of poor leadership

MSPs warn of a breakdown of trust at the Highland based Crofting Commission as a result of poor leadership

Management at the Inverness-headquartered Crofting Commission has been criticised by MSPs for serious weaknesses in leadership and governance


Preparations under way for this year's Grantown Show

Preparations under way for this year's Grantown Show

Preparations under way for this year's Grantown Show

Strath's biggest farming event has not been held for past two years due to the Covid pandemic


Scottish salmon bounces back to near record world demand

Scottish salmon bounces back to near record world demand

Scottish salmon bounces back to near record world demand

Scottish salmon exports recovered to near-record figures in 2021, according to new figures released by the UK Government


£65m for farmers and crofters in remote and marginalised areas

£65m for farmers and crofters in remote and marginalised areas

£65m for farmers and crofters in remote and marginalised areas

Farmers and crofters facing natural or other constraints will start to receive their share of more than £65 million very soon.


New legislation will protect livestock from dog attacks

New legislation will protect livestock from dog attacks

New legislation will protect livestock from dog attacks

A campaign to protect Scotland’s livestock has been launched following new legislation which protects animals from dog attacks.


Smallburn Farms success at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic

Smallburn Farms success at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic

Smallburn Farms success at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic

Leading the way in both the show and sale rings was a Limousin cross heifer from Andrew Anderson, Smallburn Farms, Plewlands, Duffus, Elgin.


New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

Ian Bentley, Peter Brown, Adrian Ivory, Scott Jarron and Niall Jeffrey will take up new roles.


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