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.
Neil Conaghan, sheep farmer
Police are investigating one of the worst incidents of sheep worrying in our area for some time.
Ten sheep were killed outright and a further 14 animals had to be slaughtered because of the severity of their injuries at the farm in Gretna.
The incident happened on Thursday evening and it's believed a number of dogs were involved.
One of the biggest winter livestock shows of the year takes place in Carlisle later today.
The Borderway Agri-Expo is in its seventh year and is expected to attract hundreds of livestock entries from around the world.
If it goes ahead, it would cover an area the size of three football pitches and it would be big enough to hold over two million gallons.
However, it is the contents of this farm-based lagoon that really is causing a stink amongst the residents of Longtown.
An application from two adjoined farms containing a thousand dairy cows has been submitted to build a lagoon to contain animal waste, also known as slurry.
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Christopher Gray, from Edwin Thompson Surveyors and Estate Agents, has told ITV News that he does not understand why there is concern over plans for a slurry lagoon to be built on land near Longtown, as it will "improve business."
"I don't understand why there is such opposition.
"This slurry lagoon would be an improvement there would be less need to transport slurry.
"It is in line with Government best practice and it will improve the business."
Plans to build a slurry lagoon in Longtown are causing a stink amongst residents there.
A local dairy farm says it needs the to build the lagoon to future proof its business which employs 15 people.
An area of land the size of three football pitches is being proposed to hold over two million gallons of slurry.
Chief concerns from the residents are the smell of the slurry, questions over its transportation and the danger to children in the area.
Council planning officers have recommended approval of the proposal but local residents have handed in a protest petition with more than 200 signatures.
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Over the past few months farmers have been looking for good male sheep to introduce to their stock.
Thousands of farmers attend ram sales, like the auction held recently at Kelso.
Jenny Longden has been going behind the scenes to see the business from a farmer's perspective - watch her full report below.
Scottish dairy producers are being told to expand into international markets, and stop relying so much on the UK.
Scotland Food and Drink is urging the industry to look to high-value exports, to transform the the future of dairy farming.
Fiona McIlwraith's full report is below.
Dairy farmers are being encouraged to expand their markets into the international realm.
One dairy farmer, Gary Mitchell, told ITV News that to increase the price of milk, there had to be a real push to sell produce in the international markets.
Scottish dairy farmers are being urged to expand into international markets, and stop relying so much on the UK.
A review of the industry by Scotland Food and Drink says we have all the ingredients for a successful dairy industry but the sector needs to develop new markets quickly.
The National Farmers Union for Scotland have welcomed the review.