The latter sounds like a good plan, seeing as you (presumably) have Highland coos that will want nothing but gutfill. (y)
As above, if you flail off a big amount of material, it will mostly still be on the surface for the whole year.
It'll be like the 'National Forestation Day' they had in Turkey a couple of years ago, when 11 million trees were planted in a day, including setting a new world record of 303k trees planted in a single hour in one location.
A year or so later, it was estimated that 90% of those saplings had...
In that case, can sheep farmers get £3000/ha... :ROFLMAO:
You guys are dreaming. You aren't going to be offered anything like that to provide margins on what is effectively your least productive ground anyway. and that you can't legally use most pesticides or fertiliser anyway.
If DEFRA look...
Given the ways suggested for adding OM, I can't see how there can be a figure put on it tbh. How much OM is added by copping straw, growing cover crops, grazed catch crops, or growing a herbal ley? They all add OM, but a job to quantify it.
Mixed farming and sensible, diverse rotations have always been the most sustainable way to farm. Nothing’s changed about that.
It wasn’t ‘experts’ that led to the widespread specialisation we see today, but economics, and (I would suggest mostly) a lack of willingness to do the physical work...
Kaiawakas/BetaCraft are the only only kit I’d be confident of handling the odd altercation with barbed wire.
Much prefer wearing lighter Origini leggings most of the time though. Kaiawaka is reserved for the worst weather, if I can’t avoid going out in it.
I may have let similar statements slip out too… and fortunately not had to shoot one yet.
Previous tenant here told me that he used to lose a few shots off in early March, behind a hedge next to the town. Then he’d go to the pub at night (as he did every night) and usually get somebody mention...