Aberdeen-Angus enthusiasts from 23 countries, in the UK for the World Forum, attended the Highland Show specifically to watch the judging on Thursday afternoon, where they were treated to the biggest entry of Scotland’s most famous native breed seen for years.
Fife farmer Alistair Brunton has won the young farmer category of the James Hutton Institute’s best soil competition.
The Scottish Government has admitted that they have paid just 73% of the producers who applied for direct European farm support in 2016.
A tiny Perthshire cheese company that was established just 15 months ago has produced the best Scottish cheese at the Royal Highland Show.
The time for talking is over.
The new Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, swept into the Royal Highland showground at Ingliston, oozing with positivity and a pledge that farmers would not lose out on subsidies as a result of Brexit.
The Royal Highland Show has been a landmark event in Scotland’s farming calendar for generations, but this year's date will underline that a whole year has passed since the Brexit vote and highlight how much nothing - yet everything - has changed in the last 12 months.
Security is being stepped up at next week's Royal Highland Show in the wake of the terror attacks in London and Manchester.
A furious row has broken out between Scotland's red meat wholesalers and industry regulator, Food Standards Scotland over an imminent increase in meat hygiene inspection charges.
A flock of Blackface sheep from the high Angus hills became the reluctant models for a group of trainee sheep shearers near Edzell this week.