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Argyll farmers contribute greatly to the Royal Highland Show

ACCLAIMED as one of the best days out in Scotland, the Royal Highland Show has once again done the business.

There was plenty of business done over the four days of the event, held at the Ingliston showground between Thursday and Sunday June 23 and 26 – but the emphasis was on competition and fun for most of the 188,810 people who went along.

Argyll and the Isles were well represented across many aspects of this huge show, and the region’s sheep farmers were making their presence felt in the busy show rings.

Argyll hill farmer Davie Jackson performed judging duties among the blackface breed, and he awarded the MacGregor family of the Dyke, Milton of Campsie, the black-face championship for their aged tup.

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