Image Gallery #1 | The Gibson Trust
A flock of sheep in outdoor pens with traditional farm buildings behind. County Antrim.
A typical small farmyard in County Antrim. Slemish Mountain is visible in the background.
An example of a traditional small farm in County Antrim, in the shadow of Slemish Mountain.
An example of Gibson Trust grant funded cow shed at Banbridge, County Down.
Photograph courtesy of Mr. Hugh Ferguson. Photographs not to be reproduced without permission.
An example of a Gibson Trust grant funded general purpose shed. A well ventilated construction containing lambing pens.
An example of a Gibson Trust grant funded cattle shed on a pedigree and commercial beef breeding farm, County Down.
The following images illustrate some grant funded projects by the Gibson Trust for individual, small farmers in Counties Antrim and Down. This image shows an enclosed cattle shed on an exposed upland farm in the Mourne mountains.
A flock of sheep in outdoor pens with traditional farm buildings behind
A typical small farmyard in County Antrim.  Slemish Mountain is visible in the background
An example of a traditional small farm in County Antrim, in the shadow of Slemish Mountain
Lambing pens in a well ventilated general purpose shed
General purpose ventilated shed with lambing pens
Cattle shed on a pedigree and commercial beef breeding farm
Enclosed cattle shed on an upland farm in the Mournes
A flock of sheep in outdoor pens with traditional farm buildings behind
A typical small farmyard in County Antrim.  Slemish Mountain is visible in the background
An example of a traditional small farm in County Antrim, in the shadow of Slemish Mountain
Lambing pens in a well ventilated general purpose shed
General purpose ventilated shed with lambing pens
Cattle shed on a pedigree and commercial beef breeding farm
Enclosed cattle shed on an upland farm in the Mournes