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    Cake crusherThe cake cam

    In my young days we used linseed and cotton cake to feed to sheep and cattle. The cake was a residue of linseed and cotton seed crushed to take out the oil.It came in the form of slabs about 18...
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    Farming Today programme

    Today's programme represented a milestone for me!
    It included an item from Sean Rickard, a person who I have not always agreed with, but today I thought he excelled himself. He justified the use of...
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    Re: Yorkshire Show

    Presenters, either TV or radio are merely the mouthpiece of the producers and researchers. I remember Adam Henson saying in a private meeting he was not allowed to say what he personally thought on...
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    Re: Stiff steering International 956XL.

    In one of the original posts there was mention of a relief valve. I do not know anything about those tractors, but I have put a previous post about a zero turn Hustler mower we had problems with. We...
  5. Thread: Harvest?

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    Re: Harvest?

    An interesting point about the sunlight, and filling the head. Last year we had a very good yield of very good bushel weight grain, followed up by a a good dry harvest, the wheat all went in to the...
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    Harvest?

    Last night I had a ride round the local area. Crops look outstandingly good. Winter barley and wheat seem to very heavy, without having laid as yet, in spite of the rain we had about a fortnight...
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    Re: Hsbc

    I really think they ought to develop the post offices more, maybe as some sort of sub branch of banks. Post offices are more and more challenged, letters etc are becoming more rare, especially...
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    Re: Terex 250 Hydraulic Pump Failure

    We have recently had problems with a zero turn Hustler lawn mower. A recurrence of a problem we had three or four years ago.Contamination was mostly the problem, admittedly it was ferrous...
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    Re: Claas Ares 656 problems

    We started with David when he started up on his own. He had worked for Massey Ferguson before. It was in the old days when weightronics had a virtual monopoly of electronic weighing systems.
    jack...
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    Re: Claas Ares 656 problems

    Can recommend David King, he has worked for us for thirty years,
    jack caley
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    Re: Right to repair movement

    I am surprised no one has commented.
    we had a problem with a Case tractor, the agents mechanic comes to it, gets out his little box, two hours later,cannot find the fault, clears off, three days...
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    Wainfleet dredging

    The floods around Wainfleet are very much in the news here, and raise all sorts of issues with the dept of the environment. One guy on the television said when he was young, he used to fish that...
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    Re: Classic allsorts!

    I suppose you maybe have a point! I have just returned on the ferry from Zeebrugge. There were a couple of Vincent motorbikes on it, amongst a hundred other makes. I asked the owners what they were...
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    Re: Classic allsorts!

    One of the picture has three trailed implements with pot shafts. What are these? One looks a bit like a vibrating subsoiler, a bit like a shaker actor. Am I right, does anyone know.
    Wish I could be...
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    Parliament shower!

    Being retired and useless now, I have too much time to watch television!
    Have been watching today's affairs including the parliamentary debate this afternoon on a labour motion to stop no deal.
    It...
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    Re: Euro elections

    Returned yesterday after ten days in France to see a cousin in the Dordogne region, had a great time kid a little difficult in view of my health nowadays.
    The area is fantastic scenery with hills,...
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    Re: Euro elections

    There are some who think we have too many politicians in the UK
    jack caley.
    PS Billie Connolly said that when our MP,s went on holiday in the summer, they should lock the doors so they could not...
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    Re: Euro elections

    The main reason we had to have match funding was Maggie Thatchers rebate.
    However, it is not jealousy, just observation of all the half started schemes you see as you drive down Spain, and realise...
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    Re: Euro elections

    To be fair, the 751 seats are for 400 million people!
    However each member costs about 3 times as much as our MP,s.
    jack caley
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    Re: Euro elections

    I am afraid that nearly all of the politicians do not live in the real world that we live in, they have no concept of trade , money or negotiations, because they live in a cosy little world with huge...
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    Re: Euro elections

    The behaviour of the EU and its craven obvious need for our money have convinced me even more to leave. I think there could be a considerable number with the same view.
    We need rid of the damage...
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    Re: Air cooled engines

    We used to run Deutz air cooled, they were brilliant, economical. I believe they stopped because of emissions.
    jack caley
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    Re: Chelsea flower show

    Yes, I did, but I could not see any pigs to feed!
    jack caley
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    Re: After a good 4g security camera

    I have just had words with him, for his system you would actually need power and internet on the remote site, and of course a smart phone to watch events.
    If that is the casePM me and could maybe...
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    Re: After a good 4g security camera

    We have a guy on the caravan site who comes from Leeds, he has an eagle and various pets at home. He can watch them on his phone here. He bought the cameras very cheaply, I will ask him if he can...
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