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Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by bobk, Feb 12, 2018.
At least he's getting it over
Proof that trying to do 2 jobs at once is impossible for us men.
Shepherding and tractor driving is man overload.
@7610 super q hard at it again
If he didn’t have it in so deep and maybe stopped trying to steer out the front wheels were never straight?! It would be twice as easy for that poor tractor
If you look the "check chains" are solid hence the wobbly line and steering fighting. Funny looking seagulls! and looks like the cows will also be ploughed in.
If he had a bucket on the loader he could have pushed the piles of dung out of the way
Looks like a turn or two turns longer on the top link would help matters
No gardening required
He hasn't got a cab......... must be New Zealand.
I feel a lot better about my ploughing for watching that, and he looks like more of a proper farmer than me - he's got a flat cap and cows n that.
And knowing bugger all about cows - why are the cows so interested in the bottom of the furrow?
There's an R in the month so they think they're crows and after the worms
I reckon he's a hobby farmer
I've given up on steering when I plough. It pulls straightish anyway, eventually.
I am fairly sure it is here in Portugal from the number plate. I cannot make out the country, but I do not know any other country with that style of numbers and letters. It is a European plate. It is also inland rather than near the coast because those birds are Cattle Egrets and there is no sign of any seagulls. I will go further and guess it is in the Tejo valley from the bamboo like plants - which are not bamboo.
The egrets are exceptionally unafraid of tractors and implements and I have had them riding on a land leveller. Storks are much more wary.
It is my style of ploughing, but it is not me.
Don't the cattle look chuffed about it!
Is this worthy of the competion ploughing thread?
Ive seen worse on the ploughing thread.
Ok I'll admit it, it was me.