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    Re: 112 rather than 999

    911 here in US J B, don't think any think else other than ringing local police if you know the number.
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    Re: Chicken Farmers USA

    Bloody chicken is tasteless these days with the breeding etc.
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    Re: Plough stay

    I would say weld some threaded rod on, anyone else like to chime in?
  4. Thread: Bargains

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    Re: Bargains

    Forgive my ignorance, is this spam?
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    Re: New Defender

    Ouch!
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    Re: New performance

    Really nice pictures, remember ploughing with our power major without a cab, could never make a nice job though because of the bloody carr oaks, (bog oaks)
  7. Thread: JCB 526s

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    Re: JCB 526s

    Well from what I gather, that JCB is a well proven machine, others will chime in.
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    Re: triangle liners

    What are vented liners? never heard of them.
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    Re: This deserves a wider audience

    Nice catch, All very true and as any dairy farmer out there, has been through these ordeals (downer cows) many times, we have a small hand held zapper that persuades stubborn cows to get up, she only...
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    Re: DEXTA HEAD GASKET

    First off and I think everyone would agree with me is a compression test, then if that checks out OK then injector could be bad.
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    Re: Scouring 8 month heifer

    If she won't drink it you might consider drenching her, one other thing, are you sure she hasn't got Johne's disease? I know from experience that cattle still have an appetite with this god forsaken...
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    Re: Australian harvest

    Their is a genuine reason though seriously, and l can't remember what the bloody hell it is.
  13. Re: will there ever be a shortage of food again?

    So you think the global warming crap is over, I certainly do.
  14. Re: will there ever be a shortage of food again?

    IMHOP, no, their's always going to be a fuel source, same as fertilizer.
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    Re: Australian harvest

    Always good to hear from down under, see the tyres are on backwards, that's and Oz thing, right?
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    Re: jcb 520-50

    http://s2.postimg.org/fso3ujxx1/Dad_008.jpg

    Iv'e had mine for 8 years now, it had only done 250hrs, done 3500hrs now, in that time we've had a few oil leaks, the front brake disk seized and a...
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    Re: Carpet farming revisited.

    Both broke down:rolleyes:
  18. Artic tipping body, is this common in UK.

    http://s22.postimg.org/81r1q0da9/Dad_212.jpg

    Just as a matter interest, are they using this type of tipping gear in the UK?
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    Re: Bugger it!

    All the dead stock is just ground up for pet food.
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    Re: Bugger it!

    She rolled into a shallow dip and couldn't get up.
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    Re: Carpet farming revisited.

    http://s23.postimg.org/gqvndmeav/Dad_200.jpg

    Massey power.
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    Re: That time of year again!

    http://s15.postimg.org/71ud4obsn/Dad_210.jpg

    Here it is, some of our out-wintered holstein cross heifers, just gave them their corn silage.
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    That time of year again!

    http://s8.postimg.org/4efw3mj9d/Dad_201.jpg

    Oops, that's not the picture i wanted to show!
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    Re: Bugger it!

    True, she was one of our older cows, 10 year old or so, she'd laid in a shallow bit in the night.
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    Re: Bugger it!

    I could bury it but we just call the cad man, they usually charge $25 for dead cows, live one's are free as are dead calves.
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