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No: 5   Contributor: Flora Thomson   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: John Deere   Country: United Kingdom
John Deere 6920

John Deere 6920 at a ploughing contest on the Black Isle, Scotland
Picture added on 25 February 2009 at 16:51
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hi Garve you didnt mention that I got 3rd place in the novice section

Added by Flora Thomson on 31 March 2009.
Hey flo, is that you driving hard to tell.

Added by Charles Young on 12 April 2009.
Well done Flora, always nice to see a lass taking on the lads! Surprised you can use a five blader up there I can just imagine great big boulders hiding a few inches down!

Added by John Stott on 18 April 2009.
Not that unusual on the Black Isle, John. The soil here is very good and rich.

Added by Colin on 18 April 2009.
I have never visited that area Colin and was expecting it to be stony, Shetland is my only experience of the far north and I never saw a straight plough blade in my four years there!

Added by John Stott on 18 April 2009.
The Black Isle's unusual. Physically north of the Great Glen fault, it's soil and farming have much more in common with the fertile soils of Nairnshire and Moray - though admittedly not as flat. There are many explanations for the name Black Isle, but one of these is that it describes the darkness of the soil, which is especially noteworthy when freshly turned.

Added by Colin on 21 April 2009.
Thanks Colin, it sounds like our Fenland soil, its so rich its a sight to behold when freshly turned. Who said there's no feeling left in farming?

Added by John Stott on 21 April 2009.
Well guys just to let you know I'm in the Easter Ross ploughing match this Sat - watch this space ..........

Added by Flora Thomson on 11 November 2009.
Good luck Flora, dont get a cricky neck!

Added by John Stott on 12 November 2009.
Well guys, last in class but home with cup for best lady - way to go .....

Added by Flora Thomson on 16 November 2009.
Well done Flora, but how many other ladies? You haven't said!

Added by John Stott on 17 November 2009.
Only little old me. Others were too scared, I think. It’s the taking part that counts and I do enjoy it. It’s good fun.

Added by Flora Thomson on 17 November 2009.
Well done anyway flower, every plough match needs a spot of glamour!

Added by John Stott on 18 November 2009.
You are right there, was glad I didnt wear my stilettos, they would have been lost in the mud!!!!!

Added by Flora Thomson on 24 November 2009.
Black -Isle feb 6th Udale Farm ploughing match on home turf looking forward to it ......

Added by Anon on 26 January 2010.
Go Flora! Go!

Added by John Stott on 28 January 2010.
Well got 4th place despite having a breakdown of my wheel depth screw going in bits and needing welded - thanks Ches for that. you did a good job. William my son also got 4th place in his class.

Added by Flora Thomson on 13 February 2010.
Well done Mrs Thomson!

Added by John Stott on 14 February 2010.
Thank you

Added by Flora Thomson on 17 February 2010.
Easter Ross Ploughing match 13/11/10
Once again I've come home with the quaich for Best Ploughwoman and also picked up the prize for best work with a lemken plough and the prize for the hardest luck. That one being because I had a problem with the ground sticking to my plough boards roll on The Black Isle on feb 5th 2011

Added by Flora thomson on 23 November 2010.
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