A top price of 6,000gn was paid at the dispersal of the Highland Wagyu herd of pedigree Beef Shorthorn cattle.
The sale of the Perthshire-based herd, conducted by United Auctions in Stirling, attracted buyers from all corners of Scotland and the north of England.
Leading the sale at 6,000gn was four-year-old cow Mohmar Ariel, by Glenisla Drambuie 2nd and out of Chapelton Ariel.
She sold with her March-born heifer calf, HW Ariel 4th, by Quoiggs Freud, to I Tennant, Lanark.
Next best at 5,000gn was five-year-old cow Knowehead Gorgeous Tessa, by Glenisla Doctor Who and out of Knowehead Lady Yoghurt.
Bred by Mr and Mrs J Redpath, she sold with her May-born heifer calf, HW Gorgeous Tessa, also by Quoiggs Freud.
The buyer was A Stephen, Hatton Cottage, Dallas, Forres.
Thereafter, 4,800gn was paid for six-year-old cow Chapelton Jackie 4119, bred by Castle Douglas breeder Donald Biggar.
By Glenisla Banqo and out of Chapelton Jackie 2130, she sold with her April-born heifer calf, HW Jackie 2nd, by Alvie Elton.
The buyer was Walker of Netherwood, Netherwood Farm, Banknock, Falkirk.
Other leading prices included 4,500gn for six-year-old cow Chapelton Duchess 4003, also bred by Donald Biggar.
By Chapelton Typhoon and out of Chapelton Duchess, she sold with her March-born bull calf, HW Marcelo, by Caramba Hush IE.
The pair sold to Mark Runciman and Partners, East Mains Farm, Lauder, Berwickshire.
Bids of 4,000gn were achieved three times.
First at this price, selling to R Taylor & Sons, Knockraich, Fintry, Glasgow, was seven-year-old cow Quoiggs Rhona, by Chapelton Brogie. Bred by Blackford Farm Ltd, she sold with her April-born bull calf, HW Mosalha, by Caramba Hush IE.
Next at 4,000gn, selling to the Mair family at Kinnermit, Turriff, was six-year-old cow Glenisla Waterloo Naomi, bred by Major Gibb.
By Cairnsmore Craig, she sold with her May-born heifer calf, HW Waterloo Naomi 5th, by Caramba Hush IE.
The final lot at 4,000gn, also selling to the Mairs at Kinnermit, was six-year-old cow Glenila Margo, by Glenisla First Solution. She sold with her March-born heifer calf, HW Margo 2nd, by Alvie Elton.
The next best price of 3,400gn was paid twice.
First at this price, selling to the Mairs at Kinnermit, was six-year-old cow Chapelton Cheerleader, by Glenisla Banqo. She sold with her March-born heifer calf, HW Cheerleader.
The other at 3,400gn was six-year-old cow Uppermill Lysine, bred by J Porter.
By Ardoyne Bombus, she sold with her March-born heifer calf, HW Lysine 2nd, by Alvie Elton. The buyer was South Highgate Farms, Beith, Ayrshire.
The averages were: Cows and calves, 57, £2,195; in-calf cows, eight, £1,398; in-calf heifers eight, £1,752; maiden heifers, 25, £1,187; and bulls, two, £2,730.