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2020 Turriff Show To Be Cancelled Due To COVID-19

2020 Turriff Show To Be Cancelled Due To COVID-19

Turriff Show, Scotland’s largest two-day agricultural show, has today announced the cancellation of the 2020 event due to current uncertainty in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The north east event, which attracts almost 24,000 visitors annually, was scheduled to...

New Presidential Team at helm for 2020 Turriff Show

New Presidential Team at helm for 2020 Turriff Show

New Presidential team elected at the recent AGM for the 2020 Show are Alan Gaul (centre) taking on the President's role with Kevin Gray (right) the new Senior Vice-President and David Allan (left) voted on as Junior Vice-President.

Turriff Show 2019 Feedback Survey

Turriff Show 2019 Feedback Survey

Turriff Show is not just for farmers and the organisers want to accommodate every member of the public that walks through the gates, whether their interests lie with cattle, food and drink or they are just coming along for a fun-filled family day out. Last year the...

Food & Farming at the Heart of the 155th Turriff Show

Food & Farming at the Heart of the 155th Turriff Show

The Turriff Show, which runs on 4-5 August, is the biggest two-day agricultural show in Scotland, attracting around 23,000 people, including those involved in farming as well as many people not involved in farming who enjoy the show for its wide array of activities...

Laine Daff – A leading lady in her field 

Laine Daff – A leading lady in her field 

Approximately 200 miles North from her home in Uplawmoor, Renfrewshire, Laine Daff has never doubted returning to Turriff Show with her Bleu Du Maine flock, after two previous years of success and warm welcomes.   “Turriff Show is an example of how agricultural shows...

Passion and bloodlines are the key to success for the Deveron Herd 

Passion and bloodlines are the key to success for the Deveron Herd 

 Nestled along the riverbank of the River Deveron at Denhead of Dunlugas , Hamish and Margaret Sclater established their renowned Deveron Aberdeen Angus herd in 1995; it was the same year that the couple first began exhibiting at the Turriff Show.  Hamish proudly says...