Researchers from the James Hutton Institute and the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research are calling on arable farmers from across Scotland to help them develop a greater understanding of attitudes towards making risky decisions, as part of an international study.
Funding of £600,000 further supports the sustainable development of Scotland’s Blue Economy.
Scottish Government funding of over £600,000 is set to trigger the expansion of an innovative seaweed company.
Do you care where your food comes from? Share your ideas on what more can be done to create a future where all can enjoy locally produced food.
Are you a farmer or crofter considering diversification but not sure where to start? Are you in the tourism, hospitality or the food and drink business and keen to benefit from the growth of agritourism in Scotland? Or just curious to find out more?
RSABI has announced the prize winners for their Virtual Great Glen Challenge event.
People across the country walked, cycled, ran and kayaked on Friday 27 August raising over £22,000 to help RSABI provide vital emotional, practical and financial support to people in Scottish agriculture.
The UK’s Chief Veterinary Officers are encouraging poultry keepers to take action now to reduce the risk of avian flu over the winter.
Public bodies to prepare plans making good quality food accessible to all
The Good Food Nation Bill will ensure Scottish Ministers and a range of public bodies will produce good food nation plans to support social and economic wellbeing, the environment, health and economic development.
New legislative powers have now come in to force.
Before now, animals seized on welfare grounds that were not signed over by the owner to the Scottish SPCA would have to temporarily reside at a rescue centre until any legal proceedings had concluded.