Farmers plough over six foot of snow in Aberdeen
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Farmers plough over six foot of snow in Aberdeenshire
Ramage Contractors headed out in tractors to clear the roads following blizzards in Aberdeenshire.

Farmers have taken to the streets to plough over six foot of snow as the 'Beast from the East 2' continues to wreak havoc across Scotland.

Ramage Contractors headed out in tractors to clear the roads following blizzards in Aberdeenshire.

Dramatic footage shows workers from the family run firm driving through the white stuff at Cabrach in Moray yesterday.


A tractor battles through the snow in a bid to clear the road
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A tractor battles through the snow in a bid to clear the road
In a post on Facebook bosses at the firm posted the footage with the caption: "Not the best quality of pictures but you could say the same for the weather."

Locals quickly hailed the group as heores with one commenting: "That's some snow. Reminds me of what it was like in the late 1940's and 50's but without the tractors. Maybe a Scammel though. Take care and stay safe."

Another said: "Great work."

While another added: "Jings! Well done!"

Ramage Contractors cover Aberdeenshire and Morayshire with most types or agricultural work.

Storm Darcy is wreaking havoc in parts of Scotland
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Storm Darcy is wreaking havoc in parts of Scotland
It comes after snow blanketed much of Scotland as Storm Darcy arrived on Saturday.

The Met Office has issued further amber and yellow weather warnings, with the country braced for chilling sub-zero temperatures.