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Sheep, County Show 2011, Kirkwall, Orkney
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These are the sheep pens at the south end of the Bignold Park. This is close to the main gate so there are a lot of exhibitors near here to catch peoples attention as they first walk in.

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Tags: county show; agricultural show; farm animals; farm produce; farm machinery
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