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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.
You sure it is not some F.I.T. con?
The little piggies that came In last Wednesday have settled in well.
The sheep have finally moved so I've got a bit of ground to chuck some muck about on, every year I get frustrated with the sheep holding me up and every year I have them back again
Wouldn't have though it would be worth trying to weld it if he's paying you to fix his tractor. Just end up spending more money in the long run if you have to do the job twice. Suppose some people can't be told
They think it’s a cheap fix till the turbo drops off and rattles round under the bonnet, probably on the busiest day of the year and does twice as much damage!
A new manifold ordered today so job sorted
Had a tree surgeon today to fell a roadside ash tree that had got a big dead bough in the top and deadwood on one side of the trunk where a car crashed into it.
Nice bit of firewood for next year!
thats why the old saying water and leccy dont mix or should that be plumbers and electrians should not mix ?
Strawberry growbags turn up and raspberry compost
Plus sugar beet seed
Haven’t dug last years yet!
I saw a piece of iron stuck in a quickcoupler, other side revealed a nasty surprise.
I bought a pallet of hydraulic motors from which this is a part, so not used them yet, but I hope that they aren't all dickered...
Not good. Hope it is a one off
That could have been nasty
This lot look as if they'd prefer to be wild cattle out in the snow and mud.
No real pictures yet as I'm hiding from the sleety stuff too.
Wow you're green there!! I'll put up a pick of my area tomorrow.
Shot back home today to flick out some more silage and was shocked how it's come away down here.
Good green pick everywhere
Think I will wrap up silage feeding soon and sheet her over, but won't count my chicks, 3 inches of rain has grown 3 inches of grass and that doesn't go far with the stocking rate!
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Got started drilling spring barley yesterday,Planet 200kg/ha ,371 seeds/sq/m..
Drizzling with rain today but its still going in well.
how big is that field
Hardly looks like it needs the pass in front of the drill...............
My seed being dressed this week but still a tad damp here.
Ha. Wont be looking at working down winter ploughing for a month, maybe 6 weeks here.
I love it when the customer has an idea of what the want and say get on with it ,what ever it needs so here is before
And then a week later￼
And then the finished result