Prime lambs are currently trading around 10% higher than at this time last year.
Combines have been dusted down in preparation for what looks like being an early harvest in Scotland.
Wild Scottish blaeberries could hold the secret codes to breeding UK-specific varieties of blueberries - the holy grail of soft fruit production.
Scotland's top Simmental and Highland cattle will compete in national competitions at Perth show next month.
The findings of potato cultivation trials will be revealed to farmers at an open day on Bruce Farms at Meigle.
Angus soft fruit growers are coping with a shortage of seasonal workers by shuffling people between farms to ensure fruit is picked in time.
More than a third of Scottish farmers believe national policy making decisions should be made at Westminster.
Aberdeen-Angus breeders travelled from across the globe to compete for a slice of rare Aberdeen-Angus heritage in a green Forfar field.
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.