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Investigation continues into the death of a Golden Eagle in Aberdeenshire

Investigation continues into the death of a Golden Eagle in Aberdeenshire

Investigation continues into the death of a Golden Eagle in Aberdeenshire

The bird was found dead on a hillside prompting officers acting under warrant to search a number of properties on the Invercauld Estate.


Sustainable solutions approach to fighting superbug infections on poultry farms

Sustainable solutions approach to fighting superbug infections on poultry farms

Sustainable solutions approach to fighting superbug infections on poultry farms

Researchers have reported promising results which could have wider implications for human health.


Online resource could help farms to boost profits

Online resource could help farms to boost profits

Online resource could help farms to boost profits

The Whole Farm Benchmarks Tool allows farms to compare their performance with similar agricultural businesses throughout the country.


Newburgh based KR Group Scotland announces a collaboration with FarmFit

Newburgh based KR Group Scotland announces a collaboration with FarmFit

Newburgh based KR Group Scotland announces a collaboration with FarmFit

The fabrication firm's partnership sees it move into the agricultural construction sector.


North-east pig farmer under investigation after footage emerges showing injured animals being hammered to death

North-east pig farmer under investigation after footage emerges showing injured animals being hammered to death

North-east pig farmer under investigation after footage emerges showing injured animals being hammered to death

An undercover investigation was carried out by Animal Equality UK at premises near Oldmeldrum.


Union says fuel filter blocking must be addressed once and for all

Union says fuel filter blocking must be addressed once and for all

Union says fuel filter blocking must be addressed once and for all

Two years from the creation of a Taskforce to tackle the issue, problems continue to be reported by farmers and crofters.


North-east arable farmers complete spring sowing

North-east arable farmers complete spring sowing

North-east arable farmers complete spring sowing

Cold, dry conditions have produced excellent conditions for sowing spring crops but warmth and decent rain are now needed to kick start growth.


Demand remains high in the north-east for plant and machinery equipment

Demand remains high in the north-east for plant and machinery equipment

Demand remains high in the north-east for plant and machinery equipment

A top price of £37,000 achieved at the live online auction at Thainstone.


New chair takes the helm at the Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs

New chair takes the helm at the Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs

New chair takes the helm at the Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs

Katie Burns from Kilmaurs YFC takes over from Gemma Bruce from Udny JAC as the association's chairman.


Awards programme recognises Rural Youth Project

Awards programme recognises Rural Youth Project

Awards programme recognises Rural Youth Project

A scheme that supports young people in agricultural activities has been recognised at this year's Rural Business Awards.


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