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Uncertain times ahead for farming

ARGYLL’S farmers were just as shocked as everyone else when dawn broke on Friday with the news that the UK had narrowly voted to leave the EU.

The referendum result was still sinking in when The Argyllshire Advertiser spoke to a few Argyll folk at the Royal Highland Show.

Taking in the blue-faced Leicester judging, Allan MacKellar from Benderloch said: ‘It was quite a surprise. I was for leaving the EU and I believe we should give it a go. If you look back around 40 years we weren’t in the EU and we did alright. It was quite a brave decision, but after a year or two things will settle down.’

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