THE NOVEMBER meeting of the Kilbrandon branch of the Scottish Women’s Institute was held on Tuesday November 1 in Seil Island Hall.
Vice president Shona Neil welcomed 25 members and introduced the guest speaker for the evening, Seamus Anderson, a local farmer, accompanied by his two dogs.
During the informative evening members learned about the farming year in relation to cows and sheep.
Seamus shared his knowledge of prophylactic treatment, lambing and calving, marking, feeding and much more while entertaining members with anecdotes about his life as a farmer. It was a successful evening which ended with a raffle featuring prizes of sausages, burgers and mutton donated by Seamus.