Scottish pork will soon be exported to China on a weekly basis from Quality Pork Limited (QPL) in Brechin.
Shoppers could soon be able to scan a QR code on a packet of oats to trace their origin and ensure they are gluten-free.
Farm leaders have called for a UK-wide emergency support package for beef producers.
With the recent discovery of Bronze Age carved stone figures in Orkney, the gold ring at Loch Lomond reported earlier this year and the Kirkcudbright Viking treasure saga that rumbles on from 2017, the law of who is entitled to what on a treasure find is back in the headlines again.
A brave decision by the organisers to go ahead with Aberfeldy Show despite the horrendous conditions was well rewarded when the day, for the most part, welcomed glorious sunshine at Wade’s Park.
Defra Secretary of State Theresa Villiers has failed to give details of any no-deal Brexit agricultural intervention schemes, but said the UK Government stands ready to act swiftly if sector support is needed.
Additional funding of £211 million for Scottish farmers and crofters must be delivered to the Scottish Government now, rather than next April.
Butchers flocked to the Thainstone Centre, near Inverurie, for the show and sale of prime cattle and lambs at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic.
Farming leaders have called on all sectors of the beef industry to attend crisis talks on Monday.
Scottish farm leaders have called for immediate publication of a review into farm subsidy allocations across the UK.