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Kintyre continues to inspire

DURING his long life, among many roles, Adam Bergius travelled the world selling whisky but always loved to return to Argyll and latterly Kintyre.

When Paul McCartney and Wings ignited interest in the area, with their 1977 hit Mull of Kintyre, Mr Bergius, with a keen eye for marketing, saw an opportunity to boost lamb sales. With Archie Black from Tangy farm, he set up a co-operative, Kintyre Quality Livestock. Unfortunately, that scheme never quite reached its critical mass.

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