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Breeding sheep to adapt to weather

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Week: 18 | 1st May 2020

Kitchen is dumped and set on fire

A COMPLETE kitchen has been dumped and set on fire…

Week: 17 | 24th April 2020

Farmers count on their resident birds

SIXTY farmers in Scotland recorded 81 species on 81,362 acres…

Week: 16 | 21st April 2020

Be responsible on walks on farmland

AN APPEAL has been issued to the public, particularly dog…

Week: 12 | 19th March 2020

Beef sector could be more efficient

THERE is ‘considerable opportunity’ to improve the efficiency of the…

Week: 11 | 12th March 2020

More stock is sold, average prices fall

LIVESTOCK sold through Scotland’s auction marts fetched £482.m last year,…

Week: 09 | 27th February 2020

Farms need better pollinator practice

Despite significant investment in EFAs, the study found they were…

Week: 08 | 20th February 2020

Farmers of Eskdale have a ball

THE annual Eskdale farmers’ dance was held in the school…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Neil is auctioneers’ group champion

THE Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers in Scotland (IAAS) has…

Week: 47 | 21st November 2019

Breeding sheep to adapt to weather

RESEARCH looking at ways of breeding sheep and goats to…

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019

Glaury but glorious: Weather plays ball for the Langholm show but wellies are needed

THE Becks Farm in Langholm had a triumphant day at…

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019

Just champion for Campbell

ONE young lad and his sheep took the rigours of…

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019

Langholm can thrive: Community buy-out of precious moorland has exciting potential

A VISIT to two successful community buy-outs in the Western…

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