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  1. Thread: Broadbandwith

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    Re: Broadbandwith

    I know it's not what you're dealing with but this might be relevant to someone else. We live about 700m in from the road so even in the (highly unlikely) scenario of there being a fibre cabinet...
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    Re: Which grass seed mix?

    Therein lies your first problem.

    You are going to have to force grass to get a crop worth bothering with at the beginning of June, that alone will make it fairly unsuitable for the horse market....
  3. Thread: Jones baler mk10

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    Re: Jones baler mk10

    I actually was surprised at how relatively simple a baler is, then again, mechanics is my thing so it was all familiar stuff just on a larger scale.

    If you can't follow the manual then you need to...
  4. Thread: Jones baler mk10

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    Re: Jones baler mk10

    Can't be emphasised enough!

    Find out the correct settings (purchase a manual if necessary!), start from scratch and time everything in order. Yes there will be chain stretch to account for but...
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    Re: Gee you have won!

    I would respectfully disagree Mr Caley.

    I think it's the spectre of comrade Corbyn entering the doors of Number 10 which allows the Tories to fight, squabble, and just generally make such a hash...
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    Re: Changing from poly to sisal.

    Also fitted to the Massey inline balers nowadays, what's new eh!
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    Re: Changing from poly to sisal.

    To be fair, I wouldn't fancy his job.

    Our land is hooked on chemicals, and our farmers on subsidies.

    Given time the land can and will recover, but the farmers???????
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    Re: Changing from poly to sisal.

    Don't be mislead by my use of the "e" word, I've been handling bales since I was too wee to do anything other than roll them, just never run my own baler before.

    I suppose back in the day, the...
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    Re: Arc welding cast ?

    I served my time in the electricity industry. Back then (mid 70's) there was plenty of taxpayers money to waste in the service industries so our first year was spent training in every trade within...
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    Re: Changing from poly to sisal.

    Well I've only recently got the baler and wanted to get it running reliably on poly first (which I now have) but I'd prefer to use sisal for environmental reasons.

    I realise the majority of...
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    Re: Arc welding cast ?

    Definitely V it out and while you're at it clean back a bit either side of the V. I know rust free isn't as big an issue with stick as mig but if you don't get a perfect bead it'll reduce the amount...
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    Re: Gee you have won!

    Mr Caley,

    There will not be a second referendum as it would most likely return a higher percentage in favour of leaving than the first. The wish of the majority in the UK to leave the European...
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    Changing from poly to sisal.

    I know that some of the older balers won't run poly twine. But does anyone run sisal twine out of choice in something that can run either, or has changed from poly to sisal for whatever reason?
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  14. Re: ------------------------Ford 7740---------------------------

    028 2565 5336, ask for Jimmy.
  15. Re: Why are some herbicides are not suitable for spot spraying

    There are people much more knowledgeable on this subject than myself, but as an example, Forefront is supposed to be mounted sprayer only. However, I (ahem!) know people who have used it in a...
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    Re: Small square baler.

    Well, never let anyone accuse me of not being a patient man.

    Only five days short of three years since I originally posted this (eek!) and yesterday evening I got me a baler!

    Massey Ferguson...
  17. Thread: kubota engine

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    Re: kubota engine

    That's a gift, take his arm off!

    There'll be loads of stuff use that engine as well, not just Kubota, you'll never be stuck with it.
  18. Thread: kubota engine

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    Re: kubota engine

    1505 is a 1.5 litre engine, 2203 is a 2.2 litre. The last two numbers are the series numbers of the engine range.

    Fair bit bigger engine and given that space will be at a premium in the digger I'd...
  19. Thread: Tedder?

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    Re: Tedder?

    It does, thank you.

    I use a 10ft with conditioner so the rows are left pretty wide but always just assumed that any four star tedder would pick up two of them.

    Obviously that is not a safe...
  20. Thread: Tedder?

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    Re: Tedder?

    So will that suit three 8ft rows i.e. 24ft cut width?

    Doesn't sound wide enough for three 10ft.
  21. Thread: Tedder?

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    Tedder?

    Am in the market for a 4 star (20ft) tedder, might be used on light silage occasionally but will be mostly hay, would prefer clean s/h but not ruling out new if necessary. Don't need a rowing option...
  22. Thread: Diesel Quads

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    Re: Diesel Quads

    Which is why they do best with a turbo and/or some sort of hydrostatic/CV type transmission, neither that practical on a quad!
  23. Thread: Diesel Quads

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    Re: Diesel Quads

    Slightly generic answer I know, but I think it would be all about what engine is in them and whether or not it matched your requirements. A heavy slow plodder might not be that nice but it should be...
  24. Thread: Dull ewe.

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    Dull ewe.

    She's one of a batch bought in late December, lambed two dead lambs in late January, we think they were a bit early but the seller wasn't that sure of expected dates (:rolleyes:) so that's...
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    Re: Bad start to lambing 2018

    Don't know if it's anything to go by, but this year pet lambs are being snapped up like crazy whereas foster ewes are more than plentiful,
    which tends to indicate that there are considerably more...
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