The prize giving and supper took place at the Argyll Hotel, Bellochantuy.
A branded tractor and RTV will be touring Scotland to raise awareness of the impact rural crime has on individuals and communities.
The event focused on a new agricultural policy for Scotland and how Scottish farmers and crofters can be supported post-Brexit.
‘Our farmers and crofters are green by nature, we are starting from a very good place and we will work with the government to help the industry become a world leader in low carbon farming.’
All classes of sheep sold at satisfactory levels.
‘I want to find out what local crafters would make of this wool, for spinning, knitting and felting.’
Ability to limit damage is essential, according to NFUS