The Scottish farmland market is seemingly as busy as normal despite the drawn-out uncertainties surrounding Brexit and the unknown state of future farm support policies.
A 540-acre mixed farm on the outskirts of Laurencekirk has been launched to the market with a price tag of offers over £2.595 million.
Farmland prices are likely to hold firm this year despite Brexit uncertainty, claims Galbraith.
Almost 9,000 acres of agricultural and forestry land has been launched to the market for £19.5 million.
Demand for farmland remains strong despite the challenges and uncertainties facing farm businesses, claims a leading agent.
Former NFU Scotland vice-president John Picken, who farms on the outskirts of St Andrews, has put half his farmland on the market.
A range of Aberdeenshire farms, land and woodland has been launched to the market by Galbraith.
Two Aberdeenshire farms with a combined total of just under 600 acres of prime arable land have been launched to the market this weekend by Aberdeen and Northern Estates (ANE).
Farmland supply is tight and prices are holding up due to the uncertainty posed by Brexit, claims Savills.
Farmed land collectively valued in excess of £7million has been launched onto the property markets across Tayside.
A trio of farms has been launched to the market in the north and north-east of Scotland.
A mixed arable and livestock farm in Caithness has been launched to the market with a price tag of £2.345million.
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.
The Scottish farmland market is set to remain robust throughout 2017 despite uncertainty posed by Brexit, claim land agents.
The Scottish farmland market is holding up despite the uncertainty posed by Brexit and a possible second referendum on Scottish independence, claim land agents.
An unprecedented gap in the value between Scottish and English farmland is leading to an upsurge in demand by southern buyers for Scottish farms.
A growing number of landowners chose not to re-let land in 2015, according to findings from the fourth annual agricultural land occupation survey for Scotland.
Prime arable land and good quality farm units will remain in demand in 2016 although buyers will become more picky, claim land agents.
The market for Scottish farmland is booming due to a low volume of land on offer, claims a leading land agent.
The average cost of renting agricultural land in 2014 increased by 6%, according to statistics from the Scottish Government.