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  1. Thread: Boris

    by BigAndy
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    Re: Boris

    You see the problem with a lot of what you have to say is that we are not afraid to stand on our own 2 feet its just that we think thigs will be more stable and beneficial if we have a bit of...
  2. Thread: Boris

    by BigAndy
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    Re: Boris

    The conservative party are totally split with the only point of focus being that they want out of the EU. Every economic forecast says that as things stand we will be worse out of the EU. The fact...
  3. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Its all bluster and promise, when he starts to deliver all that he says I will hold my hands up and say I was wrong until then just don't buy it.
    We have had many years without a penny to our name...
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    Re: Livestock contracting

    Depends where you live and how fixed up everybody is already, those that already use have a man in place so why choose you? That's what you need to think about, otherwise you trying to pick up...
  5. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    You my friend are living in a dream world!
    If you think for one minute that the "EU dictatorial schemes" are actually the rules that come from the EU you really have had your head in the sand for...
  6. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    I have been involved with the defra consultation meetings for the new ELMS schemes and believe me the above view is short of the mark as to where they are proposing to go with things. Remember as...
  7. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    Raking up old shitty arguments but it is also a fact that the UK could and should have had a whole lot more from the EU, its just that many of the schemes were designed as match funding schemes and...
  8. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    The only thing that is blatantly obvious from the Euro elections is that the country is massivly split.
    Brexit did well but wiped out the UKIP vote, as rule of thumb they added about 10% to their...
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    The sulphur was taken out a fair while back and was probably the reason I started using additive as after that the burn was not clean and coked up. So yes I found that for me an additive was the...
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    ? But an AGA definitely wont run on red diesel that would coke it up!
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Yes gravity fuel via a little box on side with a reset lever and a manual control. Goes into the wick burner but the wick only actually burns the oil when its being relit once shells get hot the oil...
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Its an AGA, not a conversion, bought new when built the house many years ago. Didn't know Rayburns different system never experienced but thought they the same.
    Anyway not needed servicing for ages,...
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    Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Anybody else had issues with Kerosene for AGA etc cookers. I know they changed the sulphur a few years ago and since a very bad couple of weeks of cleaning horrible carbon deposits I have always had...
  14. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    Impossible to know, until you check with the RPA and get his past claim details, it may be that he wasn't entitled to anything, until you know what sent in, areas, entitlements etc just cant say. It...
  15. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    If I was you I would be giving the RPA a call direct.
    They can give you all the info necessary to log onto your dads details online. He must obviously have authorised the agent to act for him at...
  16. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    Your starting point would be to get a copy of your 2015, 2016 and 17 submissions. Either by requesting from your agent or by contacting the RPA and asking. This will show you what has actually been...
  17. Re: Could anyone help me with single farm payments advice?

    First off has he actually claimed? If not given that 2015 was a use it or lose it year for SPS Entitlements than he wont have any entitlements for the land and be able to claim unless he gets some...
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    Re: My Gaia Wind turbine project

    Well sad news indeed that Gaia wind has provisionally appointed the administrators. No surprise given the governments total u-turn on policy and support for renewables. Thousands of solar companies...
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    Re: Brexit, yes or no?

    Yes it was but based on skewed facts.
    Would it be the same when all the full deal is sorted and everybody can see what its actually going to be, not the empty promises of grass greener on the other...
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    Re: Looking to buy smooth slurry

    I replied to you, we don't have any issues with dry soil round here :mad:
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    Re: Brexit, yes or no?

    Looks a bit like Jack Caley replies to Jack Caley on here.
    Only the EU leave people ever come on here, those that actually do, not talk about and will suffer when our government sells us down the...
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    Re: Brexit, yes or no?

    Anybody listening to Owen Patterson this morning should be worried, kept going on about the advantages of no customs union etc and listed his perceived areas that would be better, second on the list...
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    Re: Looking to buy smooth slurry

    Yes but I imagine we are too far away from you.
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    Re: Drain mapping app

    I dont think you will find one, the problem for a start is that phone based GPS is only accurate to about 9ft I gather, so not that good when you want to accurately map drains. I have been looking...
  25. Thread: Brexit reality

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    Re: Brexit reality

    You for real, they havn't been reducing support payments they have been fixed from Europe, they have granted been allocating differing portions to Pillar One and two payments. But the point is that...
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