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Entries up as farmers’ show proves as popular as ever

Left: Andrew Currie, seven, with a calf from Belleview.

The 180th Arran Farmers’ Show

The Arran Farmers’ Show may be 180 years old but this year it proved why it is as popular as ever.

Entries in both cattle and sheep classes were up this year, although, unfortunately, in a sign of the times, and probably for the first time in the show’s long history, there were no dairy cattle on show.

Beth McCarthy who won pet lamb class, taking over from her brother Ben who won it last year.
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