One of the aspects Anne and Geoffrey Linton love about their farm, Stillswells, a well-known commercial farm which lies two miles south-west of New Pitsligo in central Aberdeenshire, is the beautiful countryside which surrounds it and its general air of peacefulness.
While not a man with a reputation for gambling, James Law says he's going to start buying Lotto tickets on a regular basis.
Some farmers have acres of lush, rolling landscape to look after. Others farm in sheltered areas where the sun always seems to shine.
Everyone knows Santa's favourite reindeer, Rudolph, has a red nose, but if farmer Steven Jack's plans go well, snowmen across the country may soon be sporting red noses too.
Autumn will always be a special time of year for Jim Wilson who farms at Hilton of Fern, near Brechin. For it was while he was sitting on his combine harvester in the autumn of 1996 and looking out over the field, that he came up with the idea for a new business.
Despite having what he laughingly describes as "the perfect face for radio" auctioneer Colin Slessor is about to become a familiar face on TV, but the real star of the new show is the place where he works - the mart at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie.
The Howe of the Mearns is one of Scotland's most productive arable areas and it's here that a spectacular 6,000-acre estate, which includes an excellent farm, productive agricultural land, commercial forestry, grouse moors and famous pheasant shoot, is for sale.
If you stopped your average person on the street, and asked them to name a cattle breed, chances are they'd say Aberdeen-Angus.