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Tractors support sheep show

Cowal blackface breeders’ sheep show at Cairndow was supported by a fine display of vintage tractors and other machinery provided by Cowal Vintage Transport Club and Bute Vintage Club.

The elderly retired machines were supported by some exhibits which are still hard at work in the form of tractor and wood chipping equipment from Cairndow’s community company Our Power.

The oldest piece of hardware on show belonged to Robert Halley from Otter Ferry, who was there with his four cylinder petrol-para n tracked machine. He bought the tractor from an Ayrshire farmer and believes it dates back to 1941/42 when the government leased them to boost agricultural production.

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