The Scottish Association of Young Farmers is turning 75 years old and to celebrate, hundreds of members past and present are in Glasgow.
Galloway Fair keen to promote rural businesses
Thousands of people flocked to the Cumberland Show, which saw sunshine instead of rain for the first time in five years.
The new organisers of the Galloway Country Fair said their first year in charge has been a big success. It is the 11th year of the show and its 2nd year at Drumlanrig Castle. Its aim is to promote local and rural businesses and provide a boost to the rural economy.
Livestock competitions have taken centre stage on the second day of the Border Union Show. It's the199th time the event has been held; the show went ahead as planned despite the recent bad weather. It's attracted visitors from across the world.
The Border Union Show is under way on the outskirts of Kelso.
The show includes competitions for ponies, horses, cattle, sheep, dairy goats, poultry, alpacas, shepherds' crooks, horse shoeing, Young Farmers stock judging and industrial arts, with over five hundred open classes.
There are approximately 250 trade stands including farm machinery, crafts and gifts, motor vehicles, clothing, equestrian goods, food outlets and furniture retailers.
There is also a special countryside area, the 'Flavours of the Borders' Food Fair, a children's fun fair, catering and bars.
Dairy farmers in Dumfries have been protesting over the price paid by some supermarkets to milk suppliers. They gathered outside a supermarket in the town and filled a bath with milk as they say it is now cheaper than water.