One of the longest running agricultural shows in Argyll took place last week with the stock turnout as impressive as ever,according to judges.
Salen Show,run by the Mull and Morvern Agricultural Society,saw its 180th anniversary as the show took place on Thursday August 9 2012.
Fiona Boa fulfilled her role as president for the last time. She said:‘This is my last year as president and it has been a great role to fill as I have such an amazing committee and community.
‘Some people have had the same role since I can remember and any new members we have acquired bring great new ideas and qualities with them.’
There was a large turnout of blackface sheep as well as other breeds. Lachlan MacLean of Knock had the overall sheep champion and reserve show champion.
For the full report and more photos see The Oban Times,August 16 2012 also available on line from the same date at www.obantimes.co.uk/digital.