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  • Gee's Avatar
    Today, 04:43 PM
    Gee replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    Could be that BMW, Mercedes , VW etc etc arent that worried about a market in this country that is about to implode. If you aint got a job you aint...
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  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    Today, 02:30 PM
    You contradict yourself! If I am living in the past, it does not mean to say I am wrong! China is very reluctant to allow foreign investment. Trump...
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  • BigAndy's Avatar
    Today, 10:13 AM
    BigAndy replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    I am sorry to say that the more you write on these things the more you reveal that you are living in the past, global companies, conglomerates and...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • cmjl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:54 PM
    Looking a bit further outside the box,imho the 'green' renewable energy industry has a lot to answer for, for example biomass boilers burning wood...
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  • cmjl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:10 PM
    cmjl replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    No doubt I'll be corrected if I'm wrong but as far as I am aware the closure of car plants in this country has nothing to do with Brexit and...
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  • agrimax's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:08 PM
    Maybe lift the floor out of the cab and check the wiring harness and if there are any multiplugs not making contact.
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  • willum's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:45 PM
    Thanks, no cp or orange light and error codes. If you have the PTO on the sensor still goes off when you get out of the seat. Everything else normal,...
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  • agrimax's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    It does still sound like the seat switch or the wires to it are at fault,although it could be the damper plate on the flywheel has failed.Hydraulics...
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  • willum's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:14 PM
    We have inherited a jxu105 as part of a lease, basically land lord said its ours to use until it dies, then boss has to buy one himself. Jumped in it...
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  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:44 PM
    just for the record, the chap who sold the farm to Nissan was called Bill Shields, just confirmed with my son who now lives in Spain. jack caley
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  • Gee's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:53 AM
    Gee replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    because they have had some economic benefit around Sunderland Nissan are the only financial benefit around Sunderland! Nothing else comes near in...
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  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 AM
    Went to the national ploughing match near Lincoln yesterday. Good day out, the star of the day for me was the steam tackle ploughing, two machines,...
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  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:28 AM
    Actually I was not meaning just trying to sell to Europe, of course they are protectionist, that is why Toyota and Nissan established assembly plants...
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  • Gee's Avatar
    12-10-19, 01:29 PM
    Gee replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    The actual Nissan Plant is not the whole story.....down the road from the plant are a plethora of companies, manufacturing “just in time parts” some...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    12-10-19, 09:20 AM
    Probably will go to France you are right, but as in the case of the MG factory, the factory should be taken over, and we keep the workforce on and...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    12-10-19, 08:49 AM
    Exfarmer replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    but their power will be far more once we are out, Our government could have done far more t5o ensure other countries followed EU rules like the sow...
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  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    12-10-19, 08:44 AM
    Exfarmer replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    Actually Nissan is as much a French company as it is tied up with Renault. you can be certain that the Sunderland plangent will go and production...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • BigAndy's Avatar
    11-10-19, 08:48 PM
    BigAndy replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    But the logic says if you agree with the previous that the EU don't have the power over us, it is only given to them by proxy because of the way the...
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  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    11-10-19, 06:06 PM
    I would agree with everything you say. The fact is though, we are where we are, and very ulnerable because of their power over us and and our...
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  • BigAndy's Avatar
    11-10-19, 02:27 PM
    BigAndy replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    Probably everything you have said is true, but that is not the fault of the EU. If the French can play lip service to the rules so can our government...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    11-10-19, 09:47 AM
    My son was on a farm in France last week. They went in the grain store, open doors , rat muck all over the place. He asked what happens to farm...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • MC130's Avatar
    11-10-19, 07:48 AM
    MC130 replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    :rolleyes: It's got nothing to do with the EU. Whatever happens this Government has to make Brexit look like a success. The only measure of...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Gee's Avatar
    11-10-19, 07:38 AM
    Gee replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    Nissan has pretty well said last night that with 10% Tariffs and they are gone!
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Lewis_74's Avatar
    10-10-19, 09:35 PM
    Hi guys, I'm trying to understand the threats to the UK farming industry to help the farming sector, especially the challenges from the...
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  • serrow's Avatar
    10-10-19, 08:43 PM
    serrow replied to a thread foster d2p in Machinery
    Almost done....................................
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  • Jack_Caley's Avatar
    10-10-19, 05:51 PM
    That is the trouble, Europe has got a stranglehold on our economy. I only mention it in the vain hope that we need something to counter the Welsh...
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    10-10-19, 04:56 PM
    Exfarmer replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    The day we see this government put tariffs on food import will be the day you see pigs fly!
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    10-10-19, 04:53 PM
    Exfarmer replied to a thread Boris in Agricultural Matters
    Jack I think you will find it extremely difficult to justify the statement , when we joined we exported 3 times the amount we to them than we...
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  • Gee's Avatar
    10-10-19, 02:44 PM
    Gee replied to a thread Irish Border in Agricultural Matters
    Spot on!
    32 replies | 1089 view(s)
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