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Rave reviews for top-drawer show

DALMALLY Agricultural Society Show, dubbed ‘the Highland cattle Olympics’, lived up to its billing last Saturday when it drew record livestock entries.

Jamie McGrigor, former livestock farmer and Highlands and Islands MSP, referred to the Dalmally show, the last in Argyll’s annual circuit and set against the shrouded peaks of Ben Cruachan, as: ‘One of the most beautiful sheep and cattle shows in Europe and probably the world.’

A crowd of 2,000 spectators and competitors gathered for the keenly-contested cattle, sheep and dog sections and the impressive baking, preserves, knitting, floral art, horticulture, paintings, photography, crooks and sticks, all housed in the same tent this year for the first time.

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