Brue crofters

One man and his family are making a great success of their crofting business in a difficult time for this sector of farming in Scotland, winning awards with their herd of pedigree Highland cattle.

Landward presenter Dougie Vipond sets off to Brue on the Isle of Lewis to find out whether Kenny Matheson's model of sustainable food production, as well as his vision and investment in the next generation, are an example for Scotland's crofting community.

Page first published on Wednesday 28th October 2009
Page last updated on Thursday 29th October 2009


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