Scotland's newest farming event was held at the P&J Live arena in Aberdeen this week. The focus on the event was a series of seminars with top speakers covering all areas of agriculture. The event hosted 30 speaks, over 70 stands across eight hubs.

Popular stands included Gaiago where their biostimulants were showcased to arable farmers. Alongside manufacturer Kuhn which had a new fertiliser spreader on show.

On the first day, mental health was a focus with talks from RSABI and Farm Strong. The arable hub had talks from Scottish Agronomy chief executive Adam Christie and Berwickshire farmer Neil White.

Day two saw a well-attended seminar on livestock profitability from Peter Cook of Opportunity North East. There was also a talk from red meat expert Johnathan Birnie on what customers and retailers will want from farmers in the future. Practical advice for farmers thinking about running holiday lets was offered by Ailbhe Palmer from Sykes Holiday Cottages.