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    Looking for long term Tractor hire

    After having a troublesome tractor we are looking to hire on 52 weeks of the year to fix the cost.

    160 to 200hp, simple, doesn't need to be 50k, does need suspension. No preference to make.
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  2. Thread: Waste oil!

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    Waste oil!

    I have an IBC of waste oil, mixed hydraulic and engine oil and its more or less full.

    Whats the best way of getting rid of it?
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    Slurry store cost......

    Currently waiting for a few people to come back to me on a price for a slurry store, 54'x150'x10'

    Prices coming back for both shuttering and the pre cast vertical panels.

    Anyone care to hazard...
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    Re: Slurry store access ramp gradient?

    Hello thanks.

    Sorry my question isn't very clear it should be what gradient will a loadall climb or a tractor pulling a spreader full and filthy?
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    Slurry store access ramp gradient?

    Im looking to build a slurry store, out of concrete panels, it will be 12' deep and filled with sand laden slurry.

    Im wanting to get in with the loadall and dual spreaders, how long will the ramp...
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    Re: Agricultural planning permission?

    Thank you.

    The sheds and the store will be separated by around 20 ft, which i hope to concrete, will this area require planning?
  7. Thread: Arla

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    Re: Arla

    Are the Arla farmers who are currently part of the TSDG getting the arla price or the tesco price?
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    Agricultural planning permission?

    I am looking to put up a new cubicle shed and a slurry store(Steel, and concrete panels with concrete floor).

    Looking at the planning site it sounds very expensive as its calculate on area?!
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    How often do you bed your cows?

    Our cows lie on good new mattresses, Teemores installed last winter.

    We bed them twice daily with an Ag Maxi, the wheelbarrow type machine, with sawdust.

    It has become very unreliable and hard...
  10. Re: Anyone got a sand cubicle set up they want to show me round?

    Thank you very much, it was a slightly cheeky post, i will be in touch. Tom
  11. Anyone got a sand cubicle set up they want to show me round?

    Hello,

    After extensive travelling around the states last year i am happily convinced sand is the was forward.

    However, various other parties (dad) who were no with me on that trip could do with...
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    How wide can bays go? Old shed? Slate to Tin

    We have a old building, with a slate roof which is past its best.

    It has wooden Trusses 12.5 feet apart, and each alternate one sits on a wall.

    If i swap the slate for much lighter box profile,...
  13. Thread: Arla

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    Re: Arla

    I am a Arla member (Not fully paid up yet.)

    At the meetings to encourage us to join i stood up and pointed out that at the time the difference between a good milk price was 1ppl or 2ppl, or 3-6%,...
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    Re: Bulling heifers at 14 Months

    100% heat detection 100%conception rate?

    They may start calving at 24 months but will never average it.
  15. Re: Paddock Grazing- Semi Permanent Electric Fencing

    Weve just about finished put some pictures on here if anyone is interested.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/BoltonManor-Holsteins/650059931782267?ref=hl
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    Re: Bulling heifers at 14 Months

    Heifers come into our bulling pen at 12 months old and will be served from 390 days old onwards.

    People starting serving at 14-15 months old are not calving at 2 years old.
  17. Paddock Grazing- Semi Permanent Electric Fencing

    We have a 60 acre field that is rough grazing and limestone pavement that we are looking to split into 4/5 paddocks to improve our grass utilization.

    We are planning on using electric fencing,...
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    Slate for Sheets? Does the deal still exist?

    Back in the day there was plenty of folk going around offering to swap slate for box profile sheets, they would supply the sheets and do the work in return for the slates?

    Does this still exist?
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    Cattle Feed Barrier

    Has anyone got a neat idea/system to solve a problem i have........

    I have quite a lot of cattle that eat out of troughs on the same side i feed them with our tub mixer.

    So they all just have a...
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    Malgar Auto Scraper Control

    We are looking for a single phase malgar control box for auto chain scrapers.

    Any help would be wonderful.

    Tom 07846812143
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    Re: Shouldn't milk replacer be getting cheaper?

    Yeah i understand that, hence why we were using it in the first place....

    However in the current financial climate we are going to try a swap, even if it just makes us realise how good the...
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    Re: Shouldn't milk replacer be getting cheaper?

    Ours is also 40 a bag, but 20kg bags.

    Its Volacs HeiferLac.

    What was yours?
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    Shouldn't milk replacer be getting cheaper?

    Going through costs and milk powder is not cheap? But surely it should follow milk price down?

    What's everyone paying ours is 2000/ton
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    Funding for training

    Hello,

    We have a good bunch of lads that are working for us at the moment whom are keen to learn further, and weve been looking at foot trimming courses and AI.

    Is there any grant funding...
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    2 Row Cubicle Shed Height? Pitch?

    Looking to build a small 2 row cubicle shed for fresh cows.

    Probably 75' feeding down outside with self locking yokes.

    How high would you build it to the eaves? Any preference to roof pitch?
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