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Help defeat the invaders

Help defeat the invaders

Help defeat the invaders

Findhorn-based Wild Things needs help to remove hogweed and knotweed from the banks of the river Findhorn.


Agricultural charity launches trainee trustee scheme

Agricultural charity launches trainee trustee scheme

Agricultural charity launches trainee trustee scheme

AN agricultural charity has launched a new programme to encourage young people to get involved with the organisation’s board.


Agricultural charity launches Trainee Trustee programme

Agricultural charity launches Trainee Trustee programme

Agricultural charity launches Trainee Trustee programme

The RSABI has launched a new programme to encourage young people to get involved with the organisation’s board.


Flower show needs your help

Flower show needs your help

Flower show needs your help

Forres Flower Show's team have cancelled their fundraiser in May and will decide if September’s show can go on.


Limousin cross comes out top as champion for Garioch YFC member

Limousin cross comes out top as champion for Garioch YFC member

Limousin cross comes out top as champion for Garioch YFC member

Overall champion was a March, 2020-born Limousin cross heifer bred by Smallburn Farms reared by Finn Christie from Newton of Balquhain, Pitcaple.


Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

NEW legislation that will provide greater protection to farm animals at risk from attacks from dogs has been welcomed.


Farmers can be climate change champions

Farmers can be climate change champions

Farmers can be climate change champions

FARMING: Eddie Gillanders' column.


Mosset Burn needs maintenance

Mosset Burn needs maintenance

Mosset Burn needs maintenance

Forres residents have raised concerns about the flood alleviation scheme and the banks of the Mosset Burn.


Winter weather is making jobs on the croft take that little bit longer

Winter weather is making jobs on the croft take that little bit longer

Winter weather is making jobs on the croft take that little bit longer

View from the croft by Marianne Ross, who runs a croft at Migdale, Sutherland, with her husband Gavin


Taking stock after a year of change for crofters

Taking stock after a year of change for crofters

Taking stock after a year of change for crofters

View from the Commission by Bill Barron, CEO, Crofting Commission


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