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    Re: Stray ****** sheep now!?

    I made that suggestion slightly tongue in cheek but yes, we have two around here. Trouble is that they aren't kept up to scratch. But if there are any near you why not make them stockproof and put...
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    Re: Stray ****** sheep now!?

    Put them in the nearest pound and then 'phone the owner and tell him/her where they are.
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    Re: Wooden tyres?

    Fantastic news. This must mean that in future we will be able to burn tyres on our log burners. Win win as I see it. ;):cool:
  4. Re: Student Assignment - how might BREXIT affect beef suckler herds in the UK?

    2118 I concur with what both the above said. :cool: And I remember Richard Baker very well. Very professional man at his job. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBm2OXxPIhE
  5. Re: Student Assignment - how might BREXIT affect beef suckler herds in the UK?

    I quite agree but the problem is that people believe what what is fed to them via the media. And bad news spreads faster than good news. Look at the prominance that has been given to the latest...
  6. Re: Student Assignment - how might BREXIT affect beef suckler herds in the UK?

    According to the news on BBC the other evening we will all have to stop eating meat pretty soon anyway if we want to save the planet. They showed a machine by a feed barrier measuring all the methane...
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    Re: Issues and Frustrations in Farming

    Could you explain to us how you envisage being able to provide a "beneficial solution for farmers" using a graphic design qualification please ?
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    Line of miscanthus ?
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    My apologies. I hadn't seen your post #6 but have just read it.
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    There was nothing in my post that even remotely suggested that the OP was being irresponsible was there ?
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    Always assuming that the OP carries insurance.

    Maybe, but was the "stockproof" aspect of the boundary the property of the OP or the neighbour ? It is a messy one this. The OP is a newbie on here...
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    I disgree with that. Have a look at your Title and deeds and see who owns the fence. The OP doesn't say where he lives and so laws can be different, very often Scottish law is different for example....
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    Thank you Tina. Could you tell us how big the field is please. And even a County would enable us to give you a better idea of potential. And throughout all of this remember something that my first...
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    You haven't actually given any indication as to the location and that will make a huge difference as to price realised. If you are close to suburbia where there would be the potential for horsey...
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    Re: A braver man than me!

    ? With no roll bar or safety cab ? And that engine will eventually be starved of oil at that angle while travelling as slow as that,
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    Re: A braver man than me!

    He's not brave John. He's a twat who doesn't deserve to be anywhere near a nice old Super Major/County. I wonder what the engine oil pressure was when he was at 45 degrees ?
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    Re: A night on the tiles.

    We've got buzzards and ravens in a wood 200 yards away. They would have any chicks which is perhaps why we haven't seen any for years but would they have the adults ?
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    Re: A night on the tiles.

    Yes, so was I. But at least charlie can't get at them up there.

    Thanks Barney.
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    Re: Which grass seed mix?

    With the racehorse job if it wasn't cut by the 2nd week of june then you could forget about it for that market, and the two really decent chaps that I used to grow for would know when it was cut to...
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    Re: A night on the tiles.

    continuation............
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    A night on the tiles.

    Just goes to prove that you're never too old to learn. I had always thought that partridges always jugged on the ground but it appears not to be true. We have been feeding this cock and two hen...
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    Re: Which grass seed mix?

    Some annual and perennial ryegrass need to be in the mix, as well as a small amount of clover - some red and some white which will leave a bit of nitrogen behind to encourage regrowth which can be...
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    Re: Which grass seed mix?

    Again it all depends on the type of horse market you are aiming for. I grew 40-ish acres for the racehorse trade for many years as well as making 40-50,000 bales as a contractor for customers, mostly...
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    Re: Not agricultural but still interesting.

    Thanks everybody. Didn't realise it would be appreciated like that. But I feel that I need to add that although I used Photoshop to stitch 3 photos. together I didn't manipulate the photo. in any...
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    Not agricultural but still interesting.

    Two nights ago we had an amazing sunset here. I couldn't get it all in one shot and so took three and stitched them together with Photoshop.
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