A cow lies on the ground behind a wall of their earned ribbons from the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016. The Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland has multiple fairs across the country throughout the year inviting all different types of farmers for different competeitions.

A cow lies on the ground behind a wall of their earned ribbons from the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016. The Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland has multiple fairs across the country throughout the year inviting all different types of farmers for different competeitions.

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 John Hamilton, Director of the Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland stands in front of his cattle on top 1,500 acre farm in eastern Scotland on August 3, 2016.

John Hamilton, Director of the Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland stands in front of his cattle on top 1,500 acre farm in eastern Scotland on August 3, 2016.

 Auctioneers sell sheep at United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.

Auctioneers sell sheep at United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.

 Donald Budge smokes a rolled cigarette while letting sheep in and out of gates inside of United Auctions  on August 4, 2016 in Stirling, Scotland.

Donald Budge smokes a rolled cigarette while letting sheep in and out of gates inside of United Auctions  on August 4, 2016 in Stirling, Scotland.

 John Davie (3), son of Pamela Davie from Fife, feeds a goat pea pods at the Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh, Scotland on July 26, 2016. "This is the first time we have ever been here. It's been a nice time," says Pamela.

John Davie (3), son of Pamela Davie from Fife, feeds a goat pea pods at the Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh, Scotland on July 26, 2016. "This is the first time we have ever been here. It's been a nice time," says Pamela.

 Sheep sold to the buyers from auctioneers are loaded into the buyers trailers and taken straight to the butcher from United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.

Sheep sold to the buyers from auctioneers are loaded into the buyers trailers and taken straight to the butcher from United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.

 Mona Taylor of Peebles, Scotland poses for a portrait inside of a polytunnel on Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2017. "This farm is involved in a project at the minute called 2000m2 which involves taking the available amount or arable land on the planet and dividing it by the number of people on the Earth. And if you take those two figures you get 2,000m2. We each have 2,000m2 and that is exactly what each of these polytunnels represents," says Mona.

Mona Taylor of Peebles, Scotland poses for a portrait inside of a polytunnel on Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2017. "This farm is involved in a project at the minute called 2000m2 which involves taking the available amount or arable land on the planet and dividing it by the number of people on the Earth. And if you take those two figures you get 2,000m2. We each have 2,000m2 and that is exactly what each of these polytunnels represents," says Mona.

 A group of older Scottish men watch and judge the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016.

A group of older Scottish men watch and judge the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016.

 A pig's stomach at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.

A pig's stomach at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.

 A handler leads a hairy coo to the center gate for "best in show" competeition at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire Scotland on August 6, 2016.

A handler leads a hairy coo to the center gate for "best in show" competeition at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire Scotland on August 6, 2016.

 Balloons are sold at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire, Scotland on August 6, 2016.

Balloons are sold at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire, Scotland on August 6, 2016.

 A jockey, trainer, and a Shetland perform at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016 in Perthshire, Scotland. 

A jockey, trainer, and a Shetland perform at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016 in Perthshire, Scotland. 

 Mona Taylor shows kids how to prepare a cheap, locally grown dinner at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.

Mona Taylor shows kids how to prepare a cheap, locally grown dinner at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.

 Sheep sit in their cages after being judged in the Perthshire Agricultural fair on August 6, 2016. All types of native Scottish sheep, from Cheviot to Hebridean breeds can be seen at the agricultural fairs across Scotland.

Sheep sit in their cages after being judged in the Perthshire Agricultural fair on August 6, 2016. All types of native Scottish sheep, from Cheviot to Hebridean breeds can be seen at the agricultural fairs across Scotland.

 Cathy Evers of Peebles, Scotland, pets a pig out on the farm at Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2016. Cathy has worked at Whitmuir for the past 8 years.

Cathy Evers of Peebles, Scotland, pets a pig out on the farm at Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2016. Cathy has worked at Whitmuir for the past 8 years.

 A cow lies on the ground behind a wall of their earned ribbons from the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016. The Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland has multiple fairs across the country throughout the year inviting all different types of farmers for different competeitions.
royalagriculture.jpg
 John Hamilton, Director of the Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland stands in front of his cattle on top 1,500 acre farm in eastern Scotland on August 3, 2016.
 Auctioneers sell sheep at United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.
 Donald Budge smokes a rolled cigarette while letting sheep in and out of gates inside of United Auctions  on August 4, 2016 in Stirling, Scotland.
 John Davie (3), son of Pamela Davie from Fife, feeds a goat pea pods at the Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh, Scotland on July 26, 2016. "This is the first time we have ever been here. It's been a nice time," says Pamela.
 Sheep sold to the buyers from auctioneers are loaded into the buyers trailers and taken straight to the butcher from United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.
 Mona Taylor of Peebles, Scotland poses for a portrait inside of a polytunnel on Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2017. "This farm is involved in a project at the minute called 2000m2 which involves taking the available amount or arable land on the planet and dividing it by the number of people on the Earth. And if you take those two figures you get 2,000m2. We each have 2,000m2 and that is exactly what each of these polytunnels represents," says Mona.
 A group of older Scottish men watch and judge the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016.
 A pig's stomach at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.
 A handler leads a hairy coo to the center gate for "best in show" competeition at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire Scotland on August 6, 2016.
 Balloons are sold at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire, Scotland on August 6, 2016.
 A jockey, trainer, and a Shetland perform at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016 in Perthshire, Scotland. 
 Mona Taylor shows kids how to prepare a cheap, locally grown dinner at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.
 Sheep sit in their cages after being judged in the Perthshire Agricultural fair on August 6, 2016. All types of native Scottish sheep, from Cheviot to Hebridean breeds can be seen at the agricultural fairs across Scotland.
 Cathy Evers of Peebles, Scotland, pets a pig out on the farm at Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2016. Cathy has worked at Whitmuir for the past 8 years.

A cow lies on the ground behind a wall of their earned ribbons from the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016. The Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland has multiple fairs across the country throughout the year inviting all different types of farmers for different competeitions.

John Hamilton, Director of the Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland stands in front of his cattle on top 1,500 acre farm in eastern Scotland on August 3, 2016.

Auctioneers sell sheep at United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.

Donald Budge smokes a rolled cigarette while letting sheep in and out of gates inside of United Auctions  on August 4, 2016 in Stirling, Scotland.

John Davie (3), son of Pamela Davie from Fife, feeds a goat pea pods at the Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh, Scotland on July 26, 2016. "This is the first time we have ever been here. It's been a nice time," says Pamela.

Sheep sold to the buyers from auctioneers are loaded into the buyers trailers and taken straight to the butcher from United Auctions in Stirling, Scotland on August 4, 2016.

Mona Taylor of Peebles, Scotland poses for a portrait inside of a polytunnel on Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2017. "This farm is involved in a project at the minute called 2000m2 which involves taking the available amount or arable land on the planet and dividing it by the number of people on the Earth. And if you take those two figures you get 2,000m2. We each have 2,000m2 and that is exactly what each of these polytunnels represents," says Mona.

A group of older Scottish men watch and judge the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016.

A pig's stomach at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.

A handler leads a hairy coo to the center gate for "best in show" competeition at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire Scotland on August 6, 2016.

Balloons are sold at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair in Perthshire, Scotland on August 6, 2016.

A jockey, trainer, and a Shetland perform at the Perthshire Agricultural Fair on August 6, 2016 in Perthshire, Scotland. 

Mona Taylor shows kids how to prepare a cheap, locally grown dinner at Whitmuir Farm on August 5, 2016.

Sheep sit in their cages after being judged in the Perthshire Agricultural fair on August 6, 2016. All types of native Scottish sheep, from Cheviot to Hebridean breeds can be seen at the agricultural fairs across Scotland.

Cathy Evers of Peebles, Scotland, pets a pig out on the farm at Whitmuir Organic Farm in Southern Scotland on August 5, 2016. Cathy has worked at Whitmuir for the past 8 years.

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