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  1. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Funny, I assumed you were a rich man!
    jack
  2. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    You are right of course, but it reminds me somewhat of Topol in that musical where he said " on the other hand".
    regards,
    jack
  3. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    I am afraid I would respectfully disagree. Does an MP represent his constituents, or his own particular visions of power?
    Secret electronic voting would mean that that MP is not accountable. An...
  4. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Thank you for that contribution, sensible and responsible debate.
    I think I would agree with a great deal of what you said, with the proviso that I think it was a little naive.
    From the very...
  5. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    To be honest, the whole thing is making me ill!
    I am banned by my daughter from watching tv too much!
    Whether Brexit was right or wrong, this situation is definitely wrong. The worst decision is no...
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    Re: Mcconnel bale packer

    Those videos really are good. Just goes to show how much progress there has been in an industry, and gives credit to an industry which over the years has justified government investment and support....
  7. Thread: Wild life!

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    Re: Wild life!

    There was a pond on the farm I was born. I still smile with the memory of it. Father had a shire horse called Dina, and a chap called George who took Dina at the end of the day to wash her feet in...
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    Re: Yellowhammers.

    I have used this thread for continuity, but my daughter tells me there are two different sets of pigeon feathers just outside our garden, we are assuming they have been killed by hawks.
    As most...
  9. Thread: Wild life!

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    Wild life!

    We have a large pond/lake still with water in it.
    we do get a great variation of wild life here, I put a lot of it down to the water and trees we have here. All the field margins in the world do not...
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    Re: blind drivers

    It maybe a little problem in Canada, or even in Tasmania, but how about our problems?
    The other day I was driving between here and Beverley, taking the road which leads to Hornsea.
    I met a combine...
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    Modern tillage

    A local farmer has set a trend around here, direct drilling with cover crops.
    I tried this way back in the seventies, and was not successful largely due to no Roundup.
    This local farmer has...
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    Re: New tractor,machinery price tracker

    Just a comment, agricultural machinery is too expensive.
    Case in point, MAN four wheel drive truck cab with 380 HP pto about 95000!
    Agricultural tractor, about same HP, anywhere around 200000 to...
  13. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    You are quite correct, it was the welfare issue, that forced my son in to huge extra capital expenditure,, that he could not pay for. Especially when for instance Yorkshire Farmers bacon factory were...
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    Re: Dominic Cummings

    Funny how you can manipulate figures!
    Over five years, then only half of it!
    An MP gets that in a year!
    jack caley
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    Dominic Cummings

    Just been reading about Dominic Cummings on Wikipaedia.
    It says he draws 235000 single farm Payment, presumably in partnership with his father.
    Just wondered what sort of a farm, how do they get...
  16. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    I finally got around to listening to that lead. As you say very interesting.I suppose the business of food security, as we called it, is very important to me. My childhood was wartime, which did of...
  17. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    I am out of my depth hear, but maybe the EU might prevent Marxism, if we still believe that the European concept prevents another European war. However I have a nasty feeling it is more likely to...
  18. Re: As if there wasn't enough to worry about....

    I cannot see that it is anything to worry about in the UK,
    jack caley
  19. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Nice to hear from you Joyce!
    jack caley
  20. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Better be somewhere on the hard border with Scotland.
    Would there be duty free whisky?
    jack caley
  21. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    I think I could I could have a pint with Farage if he paid!
    jack caley
  22. Thread: Irish cows

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    Re: Irish cows

    Precisely, but they must be just about the same problem as Ireland, the ability to smuggle across the border. Nobody seems to be bothering about them. The Irish question is just a ruse by the EU....
  23. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Maybe patronising, but is it true?
    jack caley
  24. Thread: Irish cows

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    Re: Irish cows

    What about the borders with Turkey,Ukraine, Croatia etc?
    jack caley
  25. Thread: Irish cows

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    Re: Irish cows

    Just a further comment!
    It has been pointed out to me that there are more than 3000 miles of open border around the EU, but it is just convenient to use the Irish border as a barrier to us leaving...
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