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  1. Thread: Yorkshire Show

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    Re: Yorkshire Show

    She did have a boyfriend called "Bungalow" Bill Wiggins.
  2. Thread: Yorkshire Show

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    Re: Yorkshire Show

    Yes, too much presenter and not enough content. Other than that it gave a reasonably positive spin on farming in general.
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    Re: Fines for polluting the water

    What's the history for you to say that?
  4. Thread: Classic allsorts!

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    Re: Classic allsorts!

    Link opens a picture of a pair of rubber gloves.;)
    Although there is a link in the quote that takes you to the sale details.
  5. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    and Alistair Campbell getting kicked out of the Labour Party for voting for them as well.
  6. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    Our own parliament is 650 seats.
  7. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    The EEC that the "we" (I was still in school then) joined in the 70's was very different to the EU that we are now part of.
  8. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    Lets leave with no deal then let the eu come to us after and negotiate on our terms not theirs. The rest of the world are prepared to deal with but nothing can be sorted while we are in this...
  9. Thread: Yellowhammers.

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    Re: Yellowhammers.

    https://youtu.be/i5R5Tv78g5o
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    Re: Extinction rebellion.

    Don't forget about wood chip being shipped half way round the world, to burn instead of coal, in the name of being green.
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    Re: Extinction rebellion.

    :D They don't like having the tables turned on them.
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    Re: Extinction rebellion.

    https://medium.com/@ghornerhb/heres-a-better-graph-of-co2-and-temperature-for-the-last-600-million-years-f83169a68046
  13. Thread: What happened ?

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    Re: What happened ?

    Apparently pulling it out before it's detached properly damages the wall of the uterus.
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    Re: Extinction rebellion.

    Global warming is an inevitable fact. It's been happening since the last ice-age. It will continue what ever we, as a species, try to do, we can't beat nature. The planet was much warmer when...
  15. Thread: Why?

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    Re: Why?

    Thank you both. Puts things into perspective when you compare relative values of things. Now, are the products we sell under-valued or the machines and other inputs over-priced? Discuss.
  16. Thread: Why?

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    Re: Why?

    How many fat lambs, cattle or tons of wheat did it take to pay that?
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    Re: Spring, spring, the glorious spring.

    Nature has a habit of balancing things.
  18. Re: One Australian farmers nightmare is anothers good fortune....

    From the ABC article you linked to

    Birdsville Hotel general manager Ben Fullagar said waters were receding, and roads were now reopening.He said the town was completely isolated for about...
  19. Re: One Australian farmers nightmare is anothers good fortune....

    That quote is by the manager of the Birdsville Hotel, not a farmer.
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    Re: MF765 - I've never heard of it!

    Not much detail. Most seem to yellow with loaders and backhoe diggers.
    http://www.tractordata.com/industrial-tractors/000/1/9/197-massey-ferguson-765.html
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    Re: Can anyone tell me what this is?

    Take some more pics in the day light from different angles.
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    Re: Pig Farm fire - Ontario Canada

    There was a documentary type programme on the TV here a few years ago following the investigation into these sorts of hog barn fires in the US. If I remember right, the conclusion was a combination...
  23. Re: Student Assignment - how might BREXIT affect beef suckler herds in the UK?

    You're right, we don't want it but fear we will be sold out by the politicians and the consumers will buy on price like they always do.
  24. Thread: H Ferguson

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    Re: H Ferguson

    Hi John,
    I posted a reply, then read the link you had posted. The page said 4th Nov so realised you had the right date. My comment about the US writing dates back to front didn't apply so deleted...
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    Re: Borehole hourly,daily volumes temperature?

    Litres/hour is a "how long is a piece of string" question. It depends on the aquifer you drill into. Your borehole won't necessarily be the same as your neighbours.
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