The owners of a Moray farm is already planning a follow-up to its open day this weekend.
Pitgaveny Farm, outside Elgin, will throw open its gates to the public from 11am to 4pm on Sunday.
And the following day, it will welcome almost 200 pupils from Elgin Academy to learn about different aspects of agriculture.
Pitgaveny manager, Martin Birse, said: “Letting young people know what we do on the farm is crucial.
“We need to create opportunities for young people in Moray to come onto farms to help them understand the work that we do.”
Rebecca Russell, who co-owns Pitgaveny with her brother Crinan, added: “This is a fabulous opportunity for school pupils to meet many of the people who work with us and offer advice on crops and livestock .
“We’re delighted that we’ve been able to work with staff at Elgin Academy to put together a great range of topics that help show the careers involved in a real farming business.”
There will be sessions on aspects of farm livestock and machinery, finance, conservation and wildlife.
And Arlene Scott, a honey producer, will offer an insight into the life of bees.
Landscape architects will also present a talk on the Findrassie development, a housing expansion the Russells are planning in the North of Elgin.