Haha a common misconception is that Fife is all good rolling grade 1 arable. The second picture is on a field that looks on to the Old Course at St Andrews a few miles away, beautiful grassy place in the summer, come November it is not possible to go over it with anything other than a tractor, deep clay heavy soil. I can actually get stuck in the Landy going down hill it gets so wet. It becomes a barren wasteland.You beat me too it ! Look at the feckin grass . Mind you , he’s in Fife. I expect the ewes lie in the shade of the palm trees when it’s too hot !!
The rest of it is rushes and Meadows that flood frequently.
It's actually called the heelands (Highlands for the English listeners) of Fife, that surely says it all.
That particular field is called the Goats Hole because a neighbours goat broke out many moons ago and after an argument grandad sent dad to shoot it and bury it in the old coal minings.
I love where field names come from.
Anyway I can see plenty rich farmers from here, but unfortunately I am not one of them.
The other farm runs to 1000 feet and is a mix of rock heads and wet holes.