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Turriff Show: Work continues behind the scenes with less than a week to go

Turriff Show: Work continues behind the scenes with less than a week to go

Turriff Show: Work continues behind the scenes with less than a week to go

The Haughs are undergoing transformation as the two day show event draws closer.


'Leave barbecues at home' plea as dry weather puts countryside on high alert

'Leave barbecues at home' plea as dry weather puts countryside on high alert

'Leave barbecues at home' plea as dry weather puts countryside on high alert

AS temperatures soar, visitors to the countryside are being urged to leave barbecues at home and not slip on fire safety.


Echt Show - Results from across the sections

Echt Show - Results from across the sections

Echt Show - Results from across the sections

All your champions from the cattle, sheep, horse and goat sections at the 167th show.


Pictures: Tonley triumphs as Echt Show makes a welcome return

Pictures: Tonley triumphs as Echt Show makes a welcome return

Pictures: Tonley triumphs as Echt Show makes a welcome return

Aberdeen Angus cow Tonley Lady Heather added to an ever growing list of titles which has included a recent breed title at the nationals in Norwich.


Agricultural charity RSABI start clocking up the kilometres for #Challenge125 campaign

Agricultural charity RSABI start clocking up the kilometres for #Challenge125 campaign

Agricultural charity RSABI start clocking up the kilometres for #Challenge125 campaign

PEOPLE involved in the agricultural industry helped to kickstart RSABI’s #Challenge125 initiative during the Royal Highland Show (RHS).


Monthly farmers market in Findhorn

Monthly farmers market in Findhorn

Monthly farmers market in Findhorn

The Ecovillage Market will offer food and crafts from local producers and artisans every fourth Saturday until October.


Seed potato growers urged to join new organisation to support and develop the sector

Seed potato growers urged to join new organisation to support and develop the sector

Seed potato growers urged to join new organisation to support and develop the sector

A GROUP of nine seed potato growers from across Scotland, along with technical back-up are putting together a new organisation.


Survey shows input cost increases are having an immediate impact on Scottish food production

Survey shows input cost increases are having an immediate impact on Scottish food production

Survey shows input cost increases are having an immediate impact on Scottish food production

All sectors already responding to soaring fertiliser, fuel, energy, animal feed and wage hikes say further cutbacks will happen.


Forres Flower Show finished after 90 years

Forres Flower Show finished after 90 years

Forres Flower Show finished after 90 years

Forres Flower Show’s committee has agreed to call it a day.


World Clydesdale Show Appoints Martin Clunes As Show President for Aberdeen event

World Clydesdale Show Appoints Martin Clunes As Show President for Aberdeen event

World Clydesdale Show Appoints Martin Clunes As Show President for Aberdeen event

The four day long show takes place for the first time in Europe at the P&J Live in Aberdeen between October 20 and 23 this year.


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