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  1. Thread: MF 128 baler

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    MF 128 baler

    Having a bit of a check over before the weather takes up!

    Last couple of acres last year I noticed a wee tick coming from around the PTO shaft idler area so have it stripped for inspection. The...
  2. Thread: Hsbc

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    Re: Hsbc

    I've been with the Co-operative Bank for 9 or 10yrs now, as I'm a member of the FSB I get paid 50/yr for my custom, but the same account is available to anyone for 5/month.

    Actually had my first...
  3. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    .............and never will be enough!

    Because those 'against' by and large consider themselves as superior to those 'for'. The academics, the celebs, the media, the captains of industry, even the...
  4. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    Well firstly, that isn't actually the debate!

    The fact is that they are strongly pro-EU like yourself and Mr Gee, yourselves and them are on the same side, and by thwarting the UK's departure from...
  5. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    You really would argue that black was white!

    30 secs on google,..............

    https://friendsoftheearth.uk/brexit/brexits-impact-nature-why-were-involved
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  6. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    That simply isn't true!

    You're just making up 'facts' to support your own personal point of view.
  7. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    Which is precisely where we are at already, and who has taken us there, the EU!

    Why do you think that all these so called environmental groups are lobbying like hell to keep us as closely attached...
  8. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    You seem a fairly reasonable soul, specifically your statement that there were lies all round, "Politicians lie, get over it" I couldn't agree more.

    But I've been waiting probably four, maybe...
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    Re: Massey Ferguson baler in haylage?

    Well apart from the fact that there would be no sensible reason to do it in the first place, there'd surely also be too much air trapped between the individual bales themselves rendering the entire...
  10. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    Maybe I'm getting just too old and too cynical, but I simply cannot see there being anyone else behind all of this other than the bold Boris himself.

    I am...
  11. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    The past three years would suggest otherwise unfortunately.
  12. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    With utmost respect Mr Caley, I think it's vital that none of us allow ourselves to be sucked in to the maelstrom being craftily engineered with the sole purpose of obfuscating the entire process and...
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    Re: Massey Ferguson baler in haylage?

    I understand your point, but if I'd stuck stringently to that rule I'd have gotten no hay made in 2017 whatsoever!
  14. Thread: Euro elections

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    Re: Euro elections

    I think this is yet another trap being laid by the MSM, there is a big difference between actively pursuing it and being prepared to accept it if the EU negotiators insist on trying to be the big...
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    Re: Massey Ferguson baler in haylage?

    Thanks for all replies so far,....................even if it did become more about the intricacies of saving winter fodder in small bales rather than a massey baler coping with less than crispy dry...
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    Massey Ferguson baler in haylage?

    Wondering if anyone has tried one and how they got on?

    So the baler specifically is a 128 but given that all the 100 series and 200 series balers work pretty much identically, I could probably...
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    Re: Comparison of thread repair inserts

    I moved from standard helicoil inserts to time-serts about 15 years ago on a recommendation and have been using them ever since.

    As per the article, there's a few wee quirks with them which you...
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    Re: Extinction rebellion.

    Whether you love or loathe the bold Ms Hopkins, she is plainly a pretty sharp lass, she absolutely fleeced those two guys. Don't think they'll pick on her or anyone she's accompanying again!
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    Extinction rebellion.

    As total arrests break the 1,000 barrier, what do y'all make of it.

    A lot of young pampered snowflakes with too much time to kill due to the majority of British industry being killed off, or an...
  20. Thread: Sheep!

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    Re: Sheep!

    Aye, 10% iodine used as supplied. We actually spray rather than dip to try to get better coverage, maybe an isolated incident but we're newish to sheep (third season) and it's freaked me out a bit as...
  21. Thread: Sheep!

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    Sheep!

    Couple of sheep management questions.

    Firstly, housed ewes with lambs at foot, ranging from 2 days old upwards, mostly twins with a few triplets, ad lib high quality forage either hay or dry...
  22. Re: Robotic Milkers, and other Lely products, How much do they cost?

    In my experience the lazy son who can't be arsed milking will tell you it's terrific, the worn out father who built up the place but is now too knackered to work any long will tell you that if the...
  23. Re: Case MXM internal roof light for illuminating controls

    One is one too many, total ruination of an otherwise pretty decent tractor!

    Been playing up for a while but now no range shift at all so need to get at it soon.
  24. Re: Case MXM internal roof light for illuminating controls

    Hasn't gone yet but when it does I will HAVE to fix it, would do my head in knowing that it wasn't working.

    Why I asked about the gearbox is that my soon to be son-in-law has one which is fully...
  25. Re: Case MXM internal roof light for illuminating controls

    So if you had simply attacked it at one side with a flat bladed screwdriver as most farmers would do, would it have come out anyway?

    Oh BTW, what gearbox is in your MXM?
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