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  1. Thread: HayBob

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    Re: HayBob

    Wow...a Dickie Turner!
    Seem to Remember seeing some spare new tines for a Dickie a year or so ago.....
    From what I remember they could fairly go through the tines with an enthusiastic but...
  2. Thread: HayBob

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    Re: HayBob

    Found some ....pretty sure they were 8 ply tyres that size similar pattern to the ones in the picture.....keep them inflated pretty hard....they got around a lot of the puncture problems.
    Original...
  3. Thread: HayBob

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    Re: HayBob

    Most important to check on the Haybob.....that the shafts for the wheels slide up and down freely, if it has been in the nettles they won’t. Vital for changing from tedding to rowing up.
    Also vital...
  4. Thread: Fences

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    Re: Fences

    Good question.....UK videos are in Bryces yard.....suspect timber would be nothing special....other than good sound wood most likely Pine or Spruce of some sort.
    May have been imported from...
  5. Thread: Fences

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    Re: Fences

    Yes they will....
    With some decent posts...
    https://iowafarmequipment.com/bryce-suma-tractor-3point-profimax-post-drivers.html
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    Re: best belt balers on the marker

    Welger.
  7. Thread: Fences

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    Re: Fences

    Bit of both...
    The original Knockers like the Parmiter were fairly light ....as the years have gone on the have got heavier.
    Oil flow is quite important....but the return flow is Much more...
  8. Thread: Fences

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    Re: Fences

    Piece of string tied to loader about a foot from the post..weight on the end. Make it the length that you want the post to be above the ground. Then when pressing you can see vertical left and...
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    Re: Most prolific Cheviot or Perth Blackface ?

    What is the other cross in the Ewe?
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    Re: Future of Wool 2020

    https://www.thermafleece.com/
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    Re: Future of Wool 2020

    Simple solution.....pack it and put it away somewhere dry....
    Might have to sit a year...maybe two.....rather that than give it away!
    Not an option for everyone....but plenty of people have done...
  12. Thread: AP Herbert Poem

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    Re: AP Herbert Poem

    Good place to start.....?
    Or have you been already?
    https://allpoetry.com/A-P-Herbert
  13. Thread: MF 550

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    Re: MF 550

    Distant memory....
    There is a valve block you can fit with a small lever that shuts off the supply to the arms.
    Memory is of a 135 though.
    Simple job, Plate off Valve block on.
    Relies on seals on...
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    Re: Anyone familiar with this company?

    Warren Buffet reckons when the Tide goes out is when you find who is bathing without Trunks!
    I suspect sadly current circumstances will reveal more than a few....
    Seen a few now that ran a flash...
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    Re: Anyone familiar with this company?

    Good idea under present circumstances to check with the company that they are still operating and shipping.
    C19 has forced many to shut down.
  16. Thread: Jack caley

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    Re: Jack caley

    I always feel these few Irish lines are most suited to a “Son” of the Land

    May the road rise up to meet you.
    May the wind be always at your back.
    May the sun shine warm upon your face;
    The...
  17. Thread: Jack caley

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    Re: Jack caley

    Deepest sympathy....
    Words are never enough to convey ones feelings at a time like this.
    The thoughts and sympathy of a far reaching community are with you and your family.
    Thinking back it must...
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    Re: Adverts appearing in posts

    From experience elsewhere.........just about impossible to stop.
  19. Thread: Jack caley

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    Re: Jack caley

    Again...
    Jack and I were often at odds....good natured arguments.
    Often thought I would detour through the area and drop a surprise.......
    Thoroughly enjoyed our times
    Gee
  20. Thread: end of red diesel

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    Re: end of red diesel

    Matter of time.....
    They will be back.
  21. Thread: end of red diesel

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    Re: end of red diesel

    Depends who you get it from.....lot of problems up here a few years ago......apparently (allegedly) there was a little too much Kero added to the mix. (Allegedly)
    Did a lot of damage. Farm use in...
  22. Thread: end of red diesel

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    Re: end of red diesel

    Pretty sure it is added at the depot pre delivery.
  23. Thread: end of red diesel

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    Re: end of red diesel

    Hmmm
    Bit of a story going around that Farming will continue to be able to use Red.....but all others will not.
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    Re: So....WHO IS....completely out of touch?

    Acreage rather than deficiency payments?
    Butter Mountains????
    Wheat Mountains????
    Pretty obvious really!!!!
    The reality is that in this game of Poker one side of the table is in the process of...
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    Re: So....WHO IS....completely out of touch?

    It’s the bit in the middle....
    Singapore is very business friendly.......and should I say it is not quite as encumbered with regulations than some places in the world.
    Manufacturing businesses...
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