A new presidential team has been elected by NFU Scotland.
Leading the union for the next two years is former vice-president Andrew McCornick, who farms with his family in Dumfriesshire.
Mr McCornick beat former president Allan Bowie and his fellow vice-president Rob Livesey to the post in the first round of voting. He needed more than 50% of the vote to go through.
After being elected, Mr McCornick thanked everyone for their support and said the whole of the farming industry was on a mission to get its voice heard in the next few years.
“Let’s make it count,” said Mr McCornick.
Joining the presidential team are two new vice-presidents – Stranraer dairy farmer Gary Mitchell and Highland Perthshire farmer Martin Kennedy.
Mr Kennedy said the new presidential team and board at the union would “fight for every sector in Scottish agriculture”.
Mr Mitchell said he hoped he, along with his fellow presidential team, would make a significant change over the next few years.
He said: “I want to see our whole industry at the top of the agenda in Scotland.”