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  1. Thread: Digestate

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    Re: Digestate

    I wish I had access to that material!
    jack caley
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    Crazy, it will only need two or three matches!
    jack caley
    written with bitter memories of a loss of about 30000
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    Re: French drought

    Got back home on Tuesday morning ferry from Zeebrugge, having done 2800 miles.
    Rather tired when we got back, it has taken some time to settle down, and try to get back to normal.
    Now I feel like I...
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    Re: French drought

    Hope I am not boring people, but I will add a little to my travelogue.
    I am now writing in my hotel bedroom close to the Caravaggi factory in order to have lunch with Valerio, or Gian Paulo...
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    Good point!
    jack caley
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    Can I repeat, and ask someone if I am wrong. As far as I am aware the owner of the animal is responsible for any strays. There was a case some years ago involving a car accident I think, and the...
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    Re: Stock, fencing and neighbours

    Is it not the fact in English law that the responsibility to keep your stock contained is yours? Whover owns the boundary.
    However if someone else destroyed the fence they must surely bear some...
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    Re: French drought

    I suppose you are correct, there will be splits, just as the vote in the U.K. Was close.
    There is also the fact that our contacts are inevitably not totally random.
    However my cousins husband in...
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    Re: French drought

    Thank you, not to go on too much, but I am enjoying travelling around, although it is a little difficult in my disabled state.
    As I travel I reflect on the huge improvements that Europe has made in...
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    Re: French drought

    We have moved on, and we are now in the middle of Italy, near Perugia and Assisi. Staying with my sister in law, enjoying the different cultures of Italy against that of France. We got involved in...
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    Re: French drought

    Germany is off course dominating Europe financially especially since the advent of the EU, but it is also unelected politicians from Poland, Luxembourg, and France who are calling the shots....
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    Re: French drought

    The grain maize crop here is about ready to harvest, quite dry but small grains.
    We had some rain the other night, but not enough to have much effect.
    We are enjoying ourselves, my cousin now have...
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    French drought

    Spending a bit of time in the Dordogne area with a cousin who has property here. Surrounded by Limousine cattle on very bare pastures. Apparently it has been hot and dry for some considerable time....
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    John, Paul, George and Ringo.

    Friend of ours consulted his agronomist about their newly sown rape crop. He just said that John, Paul, George and Ringo were living in it.
    Strange how the greens can create a dilemma. Tonight my...
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    The ironic thing as far as I am concerned is the fact that governments create inflation by printing money, and then they have a glorious opportunity to tax the inflation.
    At the moment I have a...
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    Re: Goves miracle!

    There is somewhat of a difference in what you describe, and the proposed action of Gove in this country.
    Goves action is self inflicted. It will still end in the destruction of British Agriculture....
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    Goves miracle!

    Just wondered what the forum thinks of Mr Goves miracle replacement of the CAP.
    To me it illustrates a total misunderstanding of what the CAP and the preceding subsidies were. Of course the...
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    You are correct, I think in the figure of 325 for your mothers estate. You have not mentioned your father, or if she had a partner. In certain circumstances, the wife or husbands allowances can also...
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    If the land is still in her name, I think no capital gains may be taxed??
    possibly inheritance tax if enough money.
    Jack Caley
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    My son and myself farm about 200 acres now.At one time we farmed much more but had a family sort out.Always a difficult situation. Your proposals to sell the land do make sense, you can surely make...
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    Re: improving ground for sale purposes

    Normally it would best to prepare a property for sale at its best, but I really do not think it will make much difference in this case. An experienced farmer would not be fooled by appearances, he...
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    Re: Broadbandwith

    Are BT really losing the best efficient rounds?
    Am I right in assuming that Openreach actually get the line rental?
    In theory Openreach. Is not supposed to be controlled by BT, but we actually...
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    Re: Broadbandwith

    All this nit picking over whether it is 4, 6, or 7 is merely playing in to the hands oF BT who trying to avoid the cost which would be paid back over the years in increased charges for glassfibre....
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    2018 harvest

    Farmers are reputed to grumble all the time.
    Just for once I am optimistic.
    We have one field left to combine which I hope we will get tomorrow, the sea mist stopped us today at about 4 pm, but...
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    Re: Broadbandwith

    The whole business of BT,s virtual control makes me mad. BT inherited all the telephone network in what was virtually a privatised daylight robbery. Communications in a modern society is of national...
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