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De-stoning at Davidston
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De-stoning at Davidston

William says "this is a pic of my uncle, Eric Mciver, de-stoning tattie drills at Davidston Farm."
Picture added on 08 June 2005
There must have been a lot of stones at Davidston to have a big machine like that Eric!!
Added by HAZEL PENDLE (NEE MACLEAN) on 09 June 2005
Seen a similar machine for the same reason (tatty growing) in Herefordshire, they must be common place then. Fields this way grow "spuds" seed probably comes from Scotch "tatty" fields.
Added by Brian Knibbs, Oxfordshire. on 24 March 2008
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