Fifty-five bales of donated fodder have been delivered to struggling hill farmers in south Cumbria.
Famers in Cumbria are being urged to lock up valuable items such as quad bikes and fuel following an increase in rural crime.
More than 260 pupils from schools around the Scottish Borders have attended an event run by Royal Highland Education Trust in Kelso.
A local MP is demanding answers after Dumfries and Galloway Council were refused money to help with the winter weather earlier this year.
The local authority had applied to the Scottish Government for compensation, but their application was rejected.
Fiona McIlwraith reports:
It is just over four months since the worst snow storms in living memory hit parts of Southern Scotland causing devastation for local farmers.
Some of those same farmers say they are making a recovery, and today they attended one of the area's biggest agricultural shows.
And along with the usual sheep and cows, this year's special guest at the Wigtown Show was none other than a record-breaking duck, as Matthew Taylor reports.
Watch his full report below.
"Big Dave" the duck is at the Wigtown Agricultural Show in South West Scotland today to help with the prize giving.
As the most expensive duck in the country, having sold for a whopping £1500 last year, he has been making quite an impression at the show.
Here he is with his owner Graham Hicks:
A black & white Magpie Muscovy duck is due to take pride of place at the Wigtown Agricultural Show in South West Scotland today.
'Big Dave' the Drake became a celebrity when he was sold last year for a record sum for a duck of £1500.
The annual show is the oldest in the region and first started in 1813.
It has only ever been cancelled for two world wars and the foot and mouth outbreak.
Organisers refused to cancel the show last year despite the very wet weather.
Esther Bicket, Secretary, Dumfries and Lockerbie Agricultural Show.
Thousands of people poured into Dumfries yesterday to witness the best of the region's livestock and farming at the Dumfries and Lockerbie Agricultural Show.
The event brought in large crowds - there to see thousands of cattle and sheep farmers battle it out to have the best animals in show. Organisers say it helps promote the agricultural world.
Preparations are underway for the annual Dumfries Agricultural Show. As well as a family day out it will showcase the best of Dumfriesshire's stock and farmers.
Even though it is held tomorrow, there was plenty to see and do today.
Watch as Andy Burn's report here:
Animals of all shapes and sizes were on parade in Dumfries and Galloway for the judging at the annual Stewartry Agricultural Show. The event takes place near Castle Douglas.
Watch Andy Burn's report here:
The 67th annual Stewartry Show is underway in Dumfries and Galloway.
It showcases the best in Scottish agriculture. Heavy rain has been falling at the showground but as Andy Burn reports, it has not deterred visitors: