Fifty-five bales of donated fodder have been delivered to struggling hill farmers in south Cumbria.
Famers in Cumbria are being urged to lock up valuable items such as quad bikes and fuel following an increase in rural crime.
More than 260 pupils from schools around the Scottish Borders have attended an event run by Royal Highland Education Trust in Kelso.
A special Christmas event saw farmers from across the Scottish Borders sell off their best live stock at the St Boswell's Christmas Cracker.
Farmers from across the Scottish Borders have been selling their best livestock at a special Christmas event.
Bumper crowds watched as more than 300 cattle and sheep were sold at the St Boswell's Christmas Cracker. Local children were given the chance to play auctioneer.
But farmers say it's a tough time to sell at premium prices.
In the latest in our series of farming features, Jenny Longden has been to the auction mart in Newtown St Boswells to find out why farmers buy and sell stock to each other to help each other out.
Watch her full report below.
Farmers and staff at Newtown St Boswells in the Scottish Borders having been speaking to ITV Border about how independence could affect their industry.
Farmers across the country were left devastated by bad weather last year and some of the worst hit were farmers in our region.
Severe snow this spring added to the problems, so despite a wonderful summer some farmers are still counting the cost of 2012.
Our Dumfries and Galloway reporter Fiona McIlwraith went to meet a man who is still struggling many months on.
Watch her full report below.
A week long campaign to raise the issue of sheep thefts has come to an end in Cumbria.
Today farmers from the Dales and Cumbria viewed some of the stolen sheep seized.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports:
H&H Auction Mart in Kirkby Stephen are displaying three dozen sheep in an attempt to reunite them with their owners.
All the sheep were seized from thieves across Durham and Cumbria.
Farmers were invited along to examine the animals.
Three dozen sheep seized from thieves across Durham and Cumbria are on display at H&H Auction Mart in Kirkby Stephen.
Police are hoping to return them to their owners.
A Dumfries woman has become the first female to win the Northumberland Sheepdog trials since the competition began in 1976.
27-year-old Emma Gray runs a 150 acre National Trust farm at Elsdon in Northumberland.
She made a name as Britain's youngest shepherdess aged just 23-years-old.
Police are investigating after two sheep were killed and 25 more injured by a dog near Gretna.
The attack happened at West Scales farm at Rigg.
Police say 10 of the injured animals had to be put down after being examined by a vet.
They want to speak to a man who was seen in the area last week walking a black Staffordshire or Pitbull terrier type of dog.