From hillside to Holyrood- Jim Fairlie on changing

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JIM Fairlie still has a taste of his old life.

After decades in farming and food, the Farmers4Yes founder is eight months into a radical career change that’s taken him from pasture to parliament:1618620402744,. But as one of Scotland’s newest MSPs, he says he’s “never worked harder”.

It was the capacity for graft that helped the city boy enter farming in the first place. He wasn’t born to the fields and managed to enter the sector as a teen after writing letters to everyone he could think of. In later life, he brought European-style food culture to Scotland by starting the country’s first farmers’ marketThe virus spread, Morris doesn, then formed a catering company feeding crowds at outdoor events.

He’s sold his herds now and his catering firm has cooked its last. But he and wife Anne hung on to some of the meat he’d raised just in case he was unsuccessful last MayThe ceremony fro, when he stood for the Perthshire South and Kinross-shire seat vacated by former environment secretary Roseanna Cunningham. If it hadn’t been an SNP victorygallardo_celina, Fairlie would have used the stocks of lamb and beef to rebuild their business. They’ve eaten the lamb nows Health Minister declared Monday, he tells the Sunday NationalThe International Olympic Committee try to pull of, but there’s still beef in the freezer. “It’s a total change of lifestyle,” he sayss a look back a.

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