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    Re: a few old zetors .

    Thanks Dragon an Email is on its way to them. Ulsterscot
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    Re: a few old zetors .

    Great work there Dragon, they look good. I have a 3045, 1968, and very original.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7nOAmbHlco

    I'm slowly getting parts gathered up, although still undecided as...
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    Re: Whatever Happened to Double Chop's?

    There's not many of the new machines would survive that test :rolleyes:

    See even single chops are starting to make big money again for zero grazing. There was a while you couldn't give them away.
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    Re: New Balmoral Show

    Good Show ,but they need to learn from this year. walkways need to be a lot wider. and forget about moving cattle from one arena to the other. It cut the whole place in half, and caused almost...
  5. Thread: Rakes ?

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    Rakes ?

    I know this is an American model, but is anyone using this type of rake on this side of the pond?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opV2yS-nikY

    I also know that Elho make these in V form, but I...
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    Re: 100+ small bales to the acre?

    The way grass is growing this year, we wouldn't reach 50 bales/acre in that time scale. If I can make 100 bales off 1st cut and 50 off second I'm happy. Better with a light crop saved then a heavy...
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    Re: MF tractors

    Here,s our 135, which came new in 1968, c/w fibreglass cab and front loader. The cab did not survive the test of time, but the loader did.
    She was later fitted with the Duncan safty cab, and is...
  8. Re: Do you have more or fewer worms in your fields?

    Never had more gulls following the plough than this year, so there must be plenty of worms.:)
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    Re: Which mini digger

    As long as you get a mini with expanding tracks, you'll find it pretty stable for most jobs, get one with a long dipper though.
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    Re: stone Drains

    Would need to be very bad if a good operator on a mini digger couldn't dig it.
  11. Re: Who would own oil reserve rights under farm land?

    Local estate still owns the mineral rights for our place, we dont.:undecided:
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    Re: rain tax

    Hope our NUMPTIES dont think of this way of taxing us. Especially with the amount of the stuff we seem to get these days:undecided:
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    Re: Ploughing

    Boys this thread sort of reminds me of how fishermen talk :rolleyes:
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    Re: How Clean Is Your Workshop?

    Its usually after I tidy the workshop that I can't find anything.:undecided:
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    Re: Dania D 950 Combine.

    Thanks, I'll keep his No. if I can't find anything closer .
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    Dania D 950 Combine.

    Need some help to find a couple of bits for the above combine engine, any info or contacts appreciated. Thanks Tha Ulsterscot
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    Re: Hedge lying.

    Looks a good job Jim,I,ve done several hedges over the past number of years, and it makes a great job. It's also very satisfying to watch how the hedge thickens as it grows in subequent years. I...
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    Re: straight ploughing tips

    Don't know what your all worrying about, When someone made a comment to an old neighbour about a bend in his ploughing, his reply was " Its no so bad whun baith ends dinny meet " Just keep her lit.
  19. Thread: combine

    by Tha Ulsterscot
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    Re: combine

    Not bad, only there seems to be a problem with the colour, it should have come out red insead of green:rolleyes:
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    Re: Contract small baling charges

    What areas are you in boys?, sometimes there are regional differences, and what one can get isnt reallistic to expect some where else, even though it may be the price needed for the job !
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    Where are you?

    Glad to see the forums up and running again, Don't know about all the politics and reasons why we have ended up with two forums, and to be honest I don't want to. I will do as I usually do and keep...
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