Good afternoon all. Is anyone running an Amazone sprayer using a Trimble 750 as an Isobus terminal (if that makes sense)?
Everyone I have talked to thinks it possible but I'm yet to find anyone who has done it.
Our water is supplied by Northumbrian water and the meter is over a mile away, with the pipe running across our land.
There are 2 properties that have their own (Northumbrian water meters) and 4 with our own meters which we charge from
The issue is, Northumbrian water are charging for...
As a lot of you know I have been trying to build fertility and OM and reduce 'bagged' compound use.
I have used nothing but Polysulpjhate and Calfos with OM for the last 4 years last year topped up with foliar K which I will happily do again.
Any way results are back again this year and similar...
I have a field that might, just might, be fit to drill at the back end of the week. It is down for oats but am starting to wonder what yield I might hope for from a 2nd wheat?
It is only a small stupid field and would bring it back in to the same rotation as the bigger one beside it.
It's been a while since I have come out of a winter with wheat that needs thickening. Normally my high seed rates mean the opposite. Some of the late drilled stuff on contract land is s bit thin though. Normally we would roll, allow it to recover then N then BWS or vice versa. Obviously rolling...
As per title. Normally she is really quick, up and down but it is really slow at the moment and hardly works at all in float or when auto boom suspension kicks in, it's slightly better in standard but still not right.
Anyone had similar and solved it, am guessing at check valve or maybe even...
Good evening all, cutting rape with my TX 65, I set the secondary beater to low speed and everything going alright but every now and then it is giving an alarm, particularly if I drop header a bit and feed a bit more straw through. Drum is ok, don't want to go to high speed as there is a bit of...
Not sure whether to start this here or health and fitness? Over for the grand depart and staying over for a few days. Been great, now watching in a bar in Bruges, dry here and looks dry there. Not as much Barley cut as I expected.
As the title. It kind of looks like it's allowed, for now, I would never contemplate it but fields are fairly dry and frost might be back soon. So the questions are
Will I get a better benefit applying a less well rotted, fresher manure onto a growing crop than incorporating in the Autumn?
Drills: KRM - Suffolk coulters
Category: Drills Manufacturer: KRM Price: Open to offers Condition: Used
KRM / Suki Suffolk Coulter's, taken off 4m drill. On pallet ready to go, not all the depth bars or springs there
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Afternoon all, I have finally found and bought a spinning disc spreader and got it into the yard this afternoon.
It's a bit older than I would have like but seems well cared for.
I emailed Rolland asking if there was any chance of getting an operators manual and was very pleased to get a...