BBC Alba reported Peateater and Turfeater, take a look at their video to see our machine in action.
Tradition is still the foundation for everyday life in the Western Isles and the Scots Gaelic language is fundamental in keeping these traditions alive. BBC Alba is the Gaelic language channel whose programmes cater for the many Gaelic speakers throughout Scotland. Many, here in the Outer Hebrides, can still proudly claim Gaelic as their first language. Crofting, fishing and self efficiency are other legacies that transcend the generations, included in this is cutting peat for domestic fuel.
The dialogue is this BBC Alba report is partly in Gaelic, but cutting peat with Peateater is simple in any language.
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