Young Farmers groups from Aberdeenshire have been hailed “outstanding in their fields” after reaching the final six in an annual bale art competition.
The youngsters involved were from the Strichen JAC and Mid Deeside clubs.
The competition, run by the Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs and supported by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), had 54 entrants this year.
The groups will now go head-to-head against four other clubs for the title.
Strichen JAC’s entry showed bales of hay turned into lambs, while Mid Deeside’s were Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
Rachael Reid from Mid Deeside said: “The club is delighted to have reached the final six of this year’s bale art competition.
“The members have made a great effort with this year’s sculpture.
“It is fantastic to see four clubs from the north region reach the top six and we wish them all the best of luck.”