The government’s failure to get EU subsidies to thousands of farmers on time has been called “a master-class in bad decision making” by MPs.
A leaking pipe was the likely source of this summer’s outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, a report is expected to conclude tomorrow.
The 9th Duke of Buccleuch and 11th Duke of Queensberry, who died yesterday aged 83, was Scotland’s grandest aristocrat and the largest private landowner in Europe.
Miles Kington on who and what populates the countryside.
Clarissa Dickson Wright has filled her autobiography with indiscretions – but it is those she chooses not to tell that really intrigue, says Cassandra Jardine.
Tesco has announced a significant price increase for poultry and pork, only a day after the NFU and NPA launched a campaign to increase farmgate prices.
Several hundred oaks in Chatelherault Country Park near Hamilton are now considered so special that each one has been bar-coded to help with monitoring. But Scotland’s aged woods have rarely been so highly prized.
Pupils from remote Scottish communities will today serve up the results of a project that has seen them learn about their crofting tradition, as well as healthy eating.
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