Hi looking for a person who would be interested In Driving a lexion 770 tt for harvest starting end of July and finishing end of August, osr, peas, beans and wheat. 2000 acres total, small family farm just myself and my 14 year old son. Very flexible and on wet days or non harvesting days no...
Has anyone else heard this and if so where is the information?
Taliking tonight to a doctor who mentioned the use of sewage sludge and a certain bacteria which carries over and potentially is causing a rise in gluten intolerance?
First I have heard of this bug would be interested to know if...
Had a really busy day today, and made my first ever spray cock up,
Was putting some Magphos and amino on my wheat today, and after talking with agronomist a few weeks ago I said send out some teb for the gleam and a bit of moddus or equivalent for a couple of really forward fields.
Could you would you?
We often live a life that we feel Is wholesome, but have we actually been up against it that we fall foul of an addiction. Lots of different addictions out there, but for some reason heroin has a stigmatism like no other. Well I ask you as a human and a father, mother...
Being good on a tractor and growing crops, I do lack as per title above skills and wondered if anyone could point me to a company who can help and who are not expecting me to have a multimillion pound marketing budget.
I have a 2012 jcb 531 70 year 2012 with 5000 hours on. Good clean machine with pick up hitch and 60% tyres.
how would you value it?
only thing wrong is the mud guards are a bit shabby, mainly an arable farm but with 100 sheep, so odd bit of silage and hay feeding.
Just checking that this company is legit and has anyone dealt with them, they don’t state their address and I just want to make sure as they have something I’m interested in.
the proprietor is Michael Richardson.
I don’t like slating anyone involved in ag, but the Guy smith reply to the red tractor debate was dire.
of course they have to mix products and that is why we are fed up with this nonsense of being gold plated for us and not for everyone else who supply’s part of the supply chain.
Has anyone recently bought a dale drill, I used to have one of their old seed hawk original ones. Really good drill.
Just contemplating a newer dale eco xl with no fert option.
theh just seem a bit quiet in the uk at the moment.
@Brisel or anyone else who has demoed a strake, do they do more cultivation than a Claydon straw rake or equivalent.
I feel with their heavier duty tine it should be able to create a bit more tilth especially when dry.