Farmers are being asked to join a scheme to help beat a cattle disease that costs millions of pounds every year.Read the full story ›
The Cockermouth Show has welcomed visitors today to its site at the Fitz on Low Road.
The 166th agricultural show includes horticulture, horses, sheep, cattle and industrial crafts.
One of the biggest event's on the Borders agricultural calendar gets underway today.
The Border Union Show takes place at Springwood Park, Kelso, and continues tomorrow.
There are more than 200 trade stands, with competitions for horses, ponies, cattle and much more.
Agriculture is one of the biggest industries in our region, and the EU is the world's biggest agricultural trader.Read the full story ›
Around 5000 farmers from across the UK arrived at the Crichton Farm in Dumfries today, to learn about grass production.
The event, ScotGrass, is held every three years to showcase the latest technology and equipment for working with grass.
It's a chance for farmers to learn how they can save, and make more money during tough times in the agriculture industry.
Over 1,000 pupils from schools across the Scottish Borders will be learning all about agriculture and food production today.
The Border Agricultural Society's annual Countryside Day takes place in Kelso.
It's aimed at encouraging young people to consider a career in farming.
A £20,000 grant is available to farmers in Scotland to help them repair man-made flood banks.Read the full story ›
A bull has sold for a world record price at Borderway auction mart in Carlisle.
It went for 140 thousand guineas, the highest price ever paid for a Limousin breed.
It's also a record for any breed in Europe. The animal, sold by a Northern Irish breeder, was bought by a consortium of businessmen.
See footage of the bull below.
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Flood defence pumps at the Cumbrian beauty spot are to be turned off - local farmers are concerned, but conservationists have backed the move:
Pumps defending farms in a Cumbrian beauty spot will be turned off. The RSPB says it'll help wildlife, but farmers are concerned.Read the full story ›