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  1. Thread: Black Belly Sheep

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    Re: Black Belly Sheep

    http://www.provensheddingsheep.co.uk/

    Have a chat with Tim White. I know he's in Wiltshire but he has a wealth of knowledge of shedders and might point you at some breeders nearer to Norfolk.
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    Re: Batteries and Tools stolen

    A friend of mine heard his dog bark one night and went back to sleep. In the morning he could see that he'd had visitors in the night. He watched the cctv footage
    to see five thieving pikeys in...
  3. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    THAT company handled a planning application for me a few years ago. Never again! They cocked it up and I had to pay another 1500 to reapply as well as their "Professional Fees" :mad:
  4. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    All sounds very fishy. You need to take control of next years sfp application. It's not rocket science and there might be a local farmer willing to put you on the right track for a couple of pints.
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    Re: Batteries and Tools stolen

    Bas tards :mad:

    Why can't they get a job and buy their own tools. Probably flog them for a few $ to pay for their next fix.
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    Re: Field Maintenance Advice

    I think Barney has covered this well. I would add that you need to keep your boundaries in good order. Neighbours should look after their boundaries and everyone will be happy bunnies. Road hedges...
  7. Thread: Tractor Transport

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    Re: Tractor Transport

    There are websites advertising for back loads. You might be lucky with one of them. I always phone around a few local transport firms to see if they are going near the area in question.
  8. Thread: Tedder?

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    Re: Tedder?

    Lely, IMO is the canine's bobbles. Brother in law bought a Kuhn the same time I bought my Lely and he wishes he'd gone for the same as me after using both. I know that on another farming forum, this...
  9. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    I know that a lot of farmers in my area (just over the border from you) have been helped by our local Welsh Assembly Member so you could have a word with your MP if you can't get any sense from your...
  10. Thread: Kubota ME8200 4WD

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    Re: Kubota ME8200 4WD

    Some dealers are very helpful. Our local Kuhn dealer emails me links to Kuhn's technical library.
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    Re: Agriculture collages ?

    Do the colleges have an open day as you could go along to have a good look around and speak to the lecturers?
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    Re: Dening Somerset Machinery finger mower

    Nice to hear from you.
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    Re: grassland aerators are they any good?

    Depends how deep your problem is. They tell us to dig a hole and examine the soil structure before slitting or subsoiling.
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    Re: Digestate application?

    Two neighbours have used it for the last couple of years and the stink is horrendous. It wafts over the town and does us farmers no favours among the public. Check it out somewhere where they are...
  15. Thread: Red diesel

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    Re: Red diesel

    If their point is to cut pollution, they just need to look skywards. That's where tons, not litres of fossil fuels are burned in every flight. Just look on Flightradar to see the thousands of planes...
  16. Thread: Work on the farm

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    Re: Work on the farm

    Interesting Mihojee, keep posting :)
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    Re: what to do with land

    Is there anyone else in the area doing the same that you could ask? Otherwise you could pick the brains of a local auctioneer for ideas.

    Horsey folk (some of them) can sometimes be difficult to...
  18. Re: lifting a cow with ropes not a hip hoist - how??

    No idea sorry. We used to try all sorts of methods, but the best thing we've bought for down cows was the Daisy Lifter from Fearing. The one we have isn't on their site now though.
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    Re: Grammer seating service/manuals & parts info

    That's useful. I had a new compressor off Ebay for a seat last month. Exactly the same pump and make for 2/3 the price in a JD box.
  20. Re: devastating fire, farmer starts rebuilding - other side of the pond

    Very sad. I can sympathise with the man. I remember four barn fires on our farm since 1970. 2 definitely arson, (arsonist caught). We were under insured on two of them. Although we were fully insured...
  21. Thread: Broadband scam

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    Re: Broadband scam

    :D:D:D
    Just a bit worried - how did your son know the number?
  22. Thread: Brrrrrr...........

    by wr.
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    Re: Brrrrrr...........

    Very interesting. A chap from Hereford come to the farm to do ours when we have a couple that want regassing.
  23. Thread: Spring Tine Harrow

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    Re: Spring Tine Harrow

    Nothing wrong with plugging your product IMO but just be honest about it and put some pics up of it doing a good job. :)
  24. Thread: Spring Tine Harrow

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    Re: Spring Tine Harrow

    So, what is your connection with Beaco, Ri10?
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    Re: cleaning out emulsafied oil from a 674

    Diesel
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