Can't say for that amount of hours, but mine are 2 year old and never had a spanner on them, apart from the the bolts where the hitch bolts on to the frame comming loose,
If you don't mind me asking, how much? You might be better off getting new, good finance deals, 2 years warranty and...
That's a load of rubbish, I have nothing but steep hill ground, I have a yamaha kodiak 450 and a grizzly 700, and had the 700 kodiak on demo, they pee all over the Hondas they replaced. They are seriously good bikes on the hill😊
Roan Simmental heifer calfs out of whitbred x cows make extremely good money round here!! 7 month old heifer calfs making nearly 1K or £4.00 a kg.
The whitebred shorthorn is definitely the bull for the roan calfs(y)
You have a good System going there, and i am pretty sure once you take into account creep feeding, hard calvings etc, you will just be more profitable than a herd of fancy terminal type cows. But i would not dismiss all continental cattle my Sim x hill cows will run on alot harder wetter ground...
i did a 100 twinn lambs this year, and the next day chased the ewes back to the hill and there was 7 dead lambs, all ways get some die after jagging but never as many as that! finding hep-p is really hitting the hill lambs hard, they take a real check with it.
I think it could be worth a shot, for your amount of ewes, there is no harm in trying it, and at least you will know the answer for next year! I dont really rate harbro sheep feed, I switched to a cheaper brand and got better results. been quoted £306 a tonne this year:(
That's interesting how long ago did you last use triclabenazole before that?
I was all most thinking maybe doing triclabenazole and closantel at the same time for a right good clear out early autumn. But it would cost a fortune!
I once had a housed hogg drown in the water bucket, so...
Just out of interest,
Say a place that has had triclabenazole resistance and not used it in over 10 years, would the resistance still be on the farm after 10 years?
I am on a extremely bad farm for fluke and have to dose 4 times and feel a 5 would help, never use triclabenazole, but rely...