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    Re: Sheep keeping advice

    0.8l of Crovect is about 40, I think. If you can get the merchant to supply one with a long expiry date, you should get at least a couple of years out of it, which will help.

    You can vaccinate...
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    Re: Blackstone horse drawn grubber

    Looking at the photos, I'd say the 'steel infill' you mention is actually corrosion that has forced the pieces of channel apart between the rivets. This is why some parts of the rim and spokes are...
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    Re: Any advice on pricing the rental of a farm?

    Rents can vary considerably depending on circumstances, as Exfarmer points out. You really need someone with local knowledge. Maybe have an informal word with a local auctioneer/land agent?

    If...
  4. Thread: Jack caley

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    Re: Jack caley

    I've not been here in a long time and I'm really sorry to have missed the sad news of Jack's passing.

    I didn't agree with many of his political views, but he always put his arguments across in a...
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    Re: JCB JZ140 360 track motor plugs problem

    Should've said - going round the outside with the hammer allows you to lean on the allen key at the same time.
    A 10mm key will stand a short piece of pipe. FF's suggestion of hex socket and...
  6. Thread: foster d2p

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    Re: foster d2p

    Certainly looks the part. You've obviously put alot of thought into it :)
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    Re: JCB JZ140 360 track motor plugs problem

    Give it a good rattle round the outside of the plug (not the plug itself) with a hammer.

    Usually does the trick :)
  8. Thread: Irish Border

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    Re: Irish Border

    :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 'success' relevant to the average voter (especially...
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    Re: Irish Border

    As I said, it's not the Irish you should be worrying about.
    And this Government won't tariff anything that would push up the cost of living for UK consumers, post Brexit
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    Re: Irish Border

    I wouldn't trust this government to maintain standards in anything.
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    Re: Irish Border

    What he actually said was - cheap imports from the likes of the US would undercut the UK market for UK and Irish farmers alike. i.e. we'd all be in the midden together.
    A no-deal Brexit will leave...
  12. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    The difference is - they used to try and hide it, and getting found out was problematical. Not so with Boris, it would seem.
  13. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    No, Parliament as a whole wants to leave with a deal. This Parliament verses The People bullsh!t is Brexiteer propaganda.

    Most of Boris's problems in Parliament stem from him being an...
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    Re: Boris

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6BJJe9JV_A
  15. Thread: foster d2p

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    Re: foster d2p

    A 344.

    Bit before my time :p

    We did have a 255 for a while, which would be the model that replaced the 344.
  16. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Ah, 'whataboutery' :rolleyes: Of course that was appalling and should never have been said. My point was though - he is the leader of the country and, as such, should lead by example. And I don't...
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    Re: Boris

    Violent language also breeds violence. Two female MP's, who have had death and rape threats (one of whom now represents Jo Cox's constituency), stood up in Parliament and asked the Prime Minister to...
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    Re: Boris

    The chance of this whole thing descending into violence has never been higher.

    Boris is a very dangerous man.
  19. Thread: foster d2p

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    Re: foster d2p

    Let us know how you get on :)

    Useful machine, for what they were. We still use it occasionally for post holes and such, but a few tractors have come and gone since the Leyland...
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    Re: Boris

    Oh dear... :lipsrsealed:
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    Re: foster d2p

    The top link sensor shouldn't cause the arms to lift if the lever's in position control. If they've had that problem before, the operator must've had it on draft by mistake.
    I think it would need...
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    Re: foster d2p

    Yes, you will need the tee-bar top link. An ordinary top link will be dangerous as the digger could rear up when your pushing down with the boom, and you could get pinned against the cab. Foster...
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    Re: Mcconnel bale packer

    Why are you so set on the balepacker? Would a flat-eight sledge and grab not do your job?

    Even if you do find one, lack of spare parts will be a problem, I'd have thought.
  24. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Wow! It's been quiet here, considering all the goings on. Has Boris prorogued this thread as well? ;)
  25. Re: Ploughed Land, Growing Weeds - Will Power Harrow Eradicate Weeds Before Seeding?

    If the weeds have been growing since early summer, it really needs ploughed again. Repeated power harrowing might break up the weeds enough to make a seedbed, but it's not ideal.
    Best thing at this...
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