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Saturday, September 19, 2020

NHS letters etched into field by North Antrim farmers

The Agricultural Machinery sales company Hunter Kane & Son have showed their support for the NHS in a rather unusual, but befitting way, given their type of business.

The company based in Ballintoy, took two of their farming machines – the Deutz-Fahr Agrotron 6165 and a Soilmaster Disc Cultivator – and etched their support in a field at the Kilmean Farm near the village, with the letters NHS.

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But it can only really be appreciated from above, given the scale of the three large letters.

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Salesman Joshua Kane said

“We were working in the field and decided to show our suport from one vital industry to another, now more than ever it is vitally important that we all buy loclal to support the farming industry and the Northern Ireland economy as a whole and of course all of our doctors and nurses doing brilliant work with those affected.”

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