Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
TOM GRAHAM, the former MacRobert Trust farm manager who made a huge contribution to both North-east agriculture and his local community, has died at the age of 88.
ONE OF Scotland's finest stockmen, Ewen MacPherson, of Mill Farm House, Benderloch, passed away recently and, in usual fashion, did so on his own terms even after a long illness.
WELL-KNOWN Angus farmer, livestock agent and haulier Arthur McEwan has died only four months after celebrating his 65th wedding anniversary and at the age of 91.
ALASTAIR LYBURN, well-known Strathmore farmer and sports enthusiast, died recently at the age of 83.
JOHN FRAZIER was always a man of vision.
RETIRED FARMER and sheep shearing contractor, Sandy Petrie, of South Brachmont, Durris, has died at the age of 84.
AGRICULTURAL engineer John Kirkwood Howden has died aged 64.
A GIANT of both stature and the world of livestock showing, Gavin Bernard Shanks – known to most as Big Gav – passed away recently, leaving a huge gap in the industry.
AT THE end of March, Scotland and indeed the world lost one of the most famous and dedicated sons of Kintyre whose enthusiasm, dedication and legacy to cattle breeding will benefit both the UK and Africa for years to come.
ANGUS GRAIN trader, Raymond Dyce, has died at the age of 49 following a lengthy illness.