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    Fertiliser Price Tracker

    guess this entirey depends on what you are doing with the grass, whether you can reduce stocking levels, and what your forage stores are like. graze store cattle here, havent bought any grassland fert yet. got too much silage atm anyway. will make less silage next year to reduce surplus. will...
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    Fertiliser Price Tracker

    You won't need 210kgN/Ha for an 8t/ha crop? Would of thought 180kgN would get u there? £25 acre less spend
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    Dehorning

    our vets do it, but not seen it in person, also another vets advertising it in the market. looks the way to do it if you are block calving dairy herd
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    What does this job entail/

    bit like an agronomist, but rather than advising on chemicals, i think they provide advice on everything else cropping related, technology, new approaches ect. https://greencropinformation.co.uk/
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    Barley 300 euros

    Orge mouture, milling barley, 234 euros/t
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    For those farming less than 200 acres.

    Where does it say you multiply the payment by the width? It does say for the basic £16 level the buffers only have to be on 50% of the claimable length
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    Pre em for expected wild oats.

    Avadex pre-em, you can get a spray able version but it has less active than the granuale. Used this on a bad field that was going into w barley once. If your thinking you have alot of oats in wheat you could consider the Broadway star autumn post em route. Expensive, but you can suffer yield...
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    No need for a trailer test anymore?

    Another option that would help free up DVSA examiner resource to conduct vocational tests would be to consider removing the requirement for car drivers to take a B+E test (car and trailer) if they want to tow a trailer. DVSA currently conducts 30,000 B+E (car and trailer) tests a year. We have...
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    No need for a trailer test anymore?

    bad luck if your in the bussiness of training people to pass the trailer test. thats your company bust in a pen stroke
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    Sowing late Stubble Turnips

    Depends what time of year you want to graze it. Mild winter, might be a crop after Xmas. Don't drill it crazy thick else it will just compete with itself too much?
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    Combinables Price Tracker

    Bit of frost damage to Australian wheat yesterday. Take the edge off of their bumper yield forecast
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    Are Red back boots worth the money?

    Comfortable but sole of clutch pedal foot wears out after 2 years
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    Traditional harvest - labour

    they are still introducting the scythe technology to parts of india!
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    Cattle ear tags

    can you work out what they are catching them in? old ring feeders and certian gates are culprits here
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    Not rolling broadcast forage rape/turnips

    did a few experimantal strips a few years ago, playing with different cultivations. did one similar to you. it still grew fine. it wasnt quite as thick as the rolled one.
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    Rolling grass seeds.

    24-48 hours at a push, you run the risk of buggering them up if they get rolled after they have chitted.
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    Envy on docks. Again?

    Envy is not a specialist Dock spray. On the tec sheet at 1.5l/ha it gives good control of seedling docks. At 2.0l/ha it gives moderate control of docks upto 200mm. There are better sprays on the market for docks
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    Winter beans

    did our winter beans over the bank holiday, my cheap moisture meter was reading 16.1 but grain store made them 14.9
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    Truth or fake news conspiracy theory? Brighteon.

    just a twisting/ missunderstanding of the american crop insurance sceme
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