This article originally appeared in The Press and Journal on Saturday 28th January 2017.
More than 50 farmers and agri-professionals attended a specialist farming event to hear about the implications of land reform and Brexit on Scottish agriculture.
The Press and Journal Morning Briefing event, which took place at the Thainstone Centre in Inverurie, was held in conjunction with leading law firm Turcan Connell.
The keynote speaker was Peter Chapman MSP, shadow cabinet secretary for rural economy and connectivity.
The panellists were: Turcan Connell partner and agricultural law specialist Grierson Dunlop; NFU Scotland vice-president Andrew McCornick; and Aberdeen University law lecturer Malcolm Combe.