A series of photos showing the demolition work:
Balbirnie Home Farms in Fife is to have a state-of-the-art granary in time for harvest 2013. The new grain handling facility, including a biomass powered burner, a new grain dryer and a multipurpose shed is to be built following a successful application for planning permission from Fife Council Replacing an aging drier, granary and small cattle shed, the new facility will result in improved efficiency, a reduction of 40 tonnes of carbon per year and an increase in grain storage capacity.
Balbirnie Home Farms hosted a successful charity clay pigeon shoot on Sunday and raised £2,770 to be split equally between Diabetes Association for Fife Youngsters (DAFFY) and Paul O'Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre. 21 teams of 4 took part in a clay pigeon shooting competition and were joined by another 100 people for a pig-on-a-spit barbeque lunch, raffle and prize giving.