Recent content by sheepwise

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    Coming soon to a Barbeque near you............

    You know something I think that would have been the best solution.
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    Coming soon to a Barbeque near you............

    Should have gone and visited the seller and demanded that a representative from H & H was there to conduct the negotiations. Could all have been done as essential business travel while observing social distancing.
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    Shearing 2020

    Quite a few Welsh boys with contractors up here too. Thought there would be plenty still to shear in Wales.
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    Shearing 2020

    What was I trying to tell you!!
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    Charolais rams

    Come to Worcester on 11th July. There will be plenty of tups at commercial money and not all over cooked.
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    Sheep trailer make

    We have had them for years. My 12 foot hauls two loads of cattle and 2 decks of lambs to abattoir most weeks as well as much work around farm. In fact hardly ever off pick-up. Don't really have a problem with them and I'm sure they are the lightest unladen on market.
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    Sheep EBV’s

    Won’t be many Suffolk cross ewes in this area. A lot of texel crosses but mainly mules and other crosses bred from smaller hill type ewes.
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    Sheep EBV’s

    The grass fed shearlings we sell off farm won’t be 130kg. And in our situation Charollais can get too fat if we work with the wrong types but the same goes for texels.
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    Sheep EBV’s

    Problem is different farms require different things. It always amazes me how you boys down south talk relentlessly about not being able to get an adequate finish on your lambs. In this area where admittedly we can grow grass, lambs going overfat has historically been more of an issue. I can...
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    Sheep trailer make

    Anyone know what the unladen weight of the gamic is compared to similar Ifor?
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    Sheep trailer make

    Brother got a new 14ft Ifor last week with decks,dividing gates,etc sure he said £5300 without trade in.
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    Shearing 2020

    Definitely short bevels for Blackies, mules, etc , in fact for most UK breeds when fit to shear. Could use a 4mm bevel on sticky dense coated suffolks, texels, etc early season. Thinner combs and cutters for sticky sheep, keep your new gear for good open sheep. Never use a long bevel in...
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    Beef / Lamb & Pig Price Tracker

    Certainly looks leaner in this photo as last but never a 2 for me.
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    Beef / Lamb & Pig Price Tracker

    U+4L
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    Shearing 2020

    He's already been on the phone wanting to "borrow" a wheel off one.

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