Perhaps @Cab-over Pete you could trial asking customers to supply a loader, surely every farm has a telehandler or decent fore end loader.
There's always compromise, it reads like you're compromising the best spreading vehicle, the Big A, to be able to tow your own telehandler.
It could be...
Doing the same today all be it with auto reset, a tined cultivator can remove compaction and wheelings from harvesting and spraying, which is where the short discs fall short imo. In a dry year or if you have a combine on tracks then it's perhaps not a problem.
@Poncherello1976 looks a decent...
This example is different, land that already enjoys an access right has been sold, unless there is a clause to limit this right being transferred to successors in title then land or parts of land can be sold and utilise the right of way.
@fieldfarmer example is using a lands access right as a...
I tried several times with a similar result. If you ask a local dealer who is a Kramp dealer they can set you up, whether you get the discount is another matter. There has been a big push in lockdown by Kramp and their dealers to get customers signed up with accounts.
Yes Del Boy arranged for a friend to buy them all, so as to give Rodney some confidence. The friend went straight to the scrap yard to get rid of the old lawn mower engines, where Rodney proceeded to buy them all back... 'because they can't get enough of these down at the depot' :ROFLMAO:
If you install a bigger pipe to the water main, say for example 63mm, the water board will probably only supply it with 2x25mm as they cannot usually live tap bigger than this.
Picture above shows a 63mm pipe fed by 2x25mm this was a supply that was upgraded this year.