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  1. Farm Thefts North Bucks & insurance policies

    Had barn broken into weekend before last and personnel door jemmied off - tools stolen, windows of van and farm pick up smashed and door ripped off van and several new spray guns stolen that were in...
  2. Single farm payment - subject to income tax?

    Received a letter today from IR which basically say's that all EU subsidies are subject to income tax.

    My SFP is only a modest amount which I had always assumed was tax excempt - am I wrong?
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    Re: Massey Ferguson 65 Mk2 - new bonnet top

    JBO 1948, many thanks it is the very one. Thanks again and sorry for delayed reply.

    Kind regards:)
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    Massey Ferguson 65 Mk2 - new bonnet top

    Just before Christmas I bought a MF 65 Mk2 in very fair mechanical order, which had been done up in part, which i am now going to complete to use around my land doing the little jobs such as topping...
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    Re: resetting service message on JD 6830P

    Ted, many thanks for the pointers - sorry for the delay been polishing my spanners and putting them all in order!:p
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    Re: resetting service message on JD 6830P

    Tractortech, i have had some bad experiences in the past from a smaller dealer who is no longer a JD dealer, these ranged from having to hold the hand of thier technician who was unable to grasp...
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    resetting service message on JD 6830P

    Like most folk I do most of the normal maintenance on my tractors. Yesterday whilst power harrowing down some ploughed ground the service light came on to say service due in twenty hours. Try as I...
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    Re: Share that land.....

    How glad i am that someone else gets sick and tired of country file's weekly references to our land and our countryside.

    Love to walk through their back gardens or house - bet soon be told to sod...
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    Re: New Basic Payments service and RPA

    Well I tried to log in last week, without success and I have tried yet again tonight having received another new number and link -via email following my telephone enquiry today to RPA.

    Frankly I...
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    Re: New Basic Payments service and RPA

    Between Christmas and the new year, I contacted the RPA to try and register afresh on line and found it impossible.

    I found the portal for Scotland, for Wales etc, but try as I could, I failed to...
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    Re: Affordable farm security

    Certainly agree to locking as much as you can away, with tractors fit an immobiliser, steering ram lock and change the door locks from the normal one key fits all.

    Also park them on full lock to...
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    Re: Starting a new food production venture.

    Stump Grinder, I agree with your comments - I certainly believe it is totally offensive to slaughter goats in the manner they do but would also mention goats milk which apparently is in demand and so...
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    Re: Sfp on flooded ground

    Comments following mine are noted - Yes, you are very correct. The powers that be will indeed interpret matters how they like and as the very eminent and leading barrister I used said to me '' DEFRA...
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    Re: Sfp on flooded ground

    Some few years ago I had a monumental row through the High Court with Defra & Nat England very much based on permanent pasture.

    I will not recount the details as it is not pertinent here but...
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    Re: Starting a new food production venture.

    Have you considered Goats. The two most succesfull small farms I know of one produces goats milk and cheese - presumably they cull a few goats and the other farm is a revelation as to how to milk...
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    Re: A CAUTIONARY TALE

    Lalans, your mention that these folk have a right of way only, over your track might hold some resolution in so far that you might if you can undoubtably prove a long history of harassment obtain an...
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    Re: A CAUTIONARY TALE

    I am very sorry to read what you are going through. I have a similar plight in Bucks, where people think it is ok to spread lies about me, despite me never clapping sight of my accusers or ever...
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    Re: all terrain tyres

    I have general grabber AT2 tyres fitted on my single cab Mitsubishi L200 (2003/04 year).

    have found these very good indeed off road grip is good as is on road grip, the only fault has been that...
  19. Re: neighbours objecting to agricultural building.

    On both occassions I made my applications via prior notification rules, on the second occassion the planning officer met me on site as he was worried that I was possibly going to use my building for...
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    Re: DEFRA consultation on CAP reform.

    I very much agree it's a con and only being implemented as a means to reduce our income. I also agree money unspent will then go back to DEFRA's coffers to defer the next years payments.

    By the...
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    Re: DEFRA consultation on CAP reform.

    I take note of your views and I feel it is vitally important to have a unified voice particularly for the smaller sized farmer where a deduction of 15% modulation - I call it 'clawback' is grossly...
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    DEFRA consultation on CAP reform.

    I received by email today an invitation to make constructive comments to DEFRA regarding the new CAP proposed to be implemented in 2015.

    I feel that if I do not comment I can only blame myself if...
  23. Re: neighbours objecting to agricultural building.

    I appolagise for coming into this late in the discussion but I have been developing or rather establishing my farmyard from scratch on bare farm land North of Aylesbury.

    My first application was...
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    Re: Fuel theft CCTV image

    A sign is not mandatory on private land at all - in law.

    Also I have used a telephone recording taken without the other persons knowledge in the High Court in London as long ago as 1991. Case...
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    Re: Grass seeder for Einbock grass manager

    Jonk's point is a good one actually on reflection and I am sure he is correct a 120 litre hopper will be far too small my average field is 15 acres and the largest 21 so the maximum capacity i can...
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