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  1. ajcc

    Zetor forterra pto/splitter problem.

    So my 54 plate 10641 is a great tractor but has problems. Jumping up through split gears on uphill, also pto cuts out on steep incline. Lots of oil in backend. They have had backend apart, supposedly sorted but pto under load is not working. Put it on topper 9 and it really struggles on startup...
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    Detecting heat in sucklers.

    Does anyone use a steer with a chin marker raddle crayon? I want to try and ai 25 sucker cows this spring and read that a steer with a marker can considerably assist. Who knows about this?
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    30 Suckler cows with mar.born calves at foot.

    Cccc
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    Gardening

    Prolonged lockdowns, food rationing, it’ll all be over by Easter.....all sounding like deja vu.....personally I am going to create a vegetable patch as a priority this week. Funny how ones focus can change.
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    Miscanthus for on farm use.

    Bought in cereal straw is a big cost to many livestock farmers. Anyone ever looked at growing miscanthus purely on farm use? I don’t know what the cost of establishing 10 acres of miscanthus would be, but once established you get 15 years of 10 foot high straw crop with no inputs required. You...
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    McConnell rhino spares

    I ave an older rhino topper with busted gear in outergearbox (6 spline version) part no. 00755506. Output gear. Tried several dealers and McConnell but part listed as obsolete so thought TFF power might be worth a crack for one rusting on a shelf somewhere? Thanks for reading.
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    Natural England knows best?

    Telegraph. Bill Potter. Fell ponies. ....link story to this thread please. Criminal waste of tax payer money?
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    Thinking ahead with Tony’s cronies.

    With Tony Juniper at the helm of Natural England and the revocation of the “general licence for bird control” occurring in the first week or two of his tenure we as farmers and countrymen need to be aware of the very real threat this appointment poses going forward. I predict a review and u-turn...
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    Killer dogs, irresponsible ownership?

    I been reading just this weekend of a certain farmer and his shepherd making a point in no uncertain terms. Somewhere down Sussex, Kent , Romney marsh area!!! If I were more tech minded I could find and link the article and join up the dots......The name looks familiar @Frank-the-Wool
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    Chris Packham CBE

    You must be having a laugh your majesty. Otherwise it is an alarming sign of the times, somewhat at odds with the countryside as I know and love.
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    Check your rape/turnips...

    Have some early Aug.planted stubble turnips looking proper but had cause to chase an escapee calf across them with an atv last week. Plants are foot high but bad extensive beetle damage ongoing so have done a second insecticide spray. Heads up no seed dressing and mild autumn, glad the calf was...
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    Stuff farming, we’re Natural England!

    Any farmer looking to taking an environmental shilling must beware. My css arable reversion agreement ended in 2012.
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    National Trust. Agm 2018

    Considering NT as having ear of the environmental future policy/public value...the agm proposed motion for 2018 should interest every cattle farmer?!!
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    Fodderbeet...decisions.

    I’m thinking I might start grazingwithin the next fortnight. Cows and calves on bare pasture being fed maintenance hay, going off milking and knocking he’ll out of fences. Feed now they really need it although roots about 25%. Overwintering dry cows not soooo problematic.
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    Trailer tip rams

    Looking for a pair of rams for Norton twin axle 8.5 tonne trailer. 91 cms pin to pin closed. 12.5 ext. cylinder diameter. anyone got sound pair surplus?
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    Woodchip corrals

    Tell me what you know from experience. I have 50 beef cows and no shed space, they graze beet and lie on grass but it can all get pretty muddy in a wet time. I happen to know of a thousand ton heap of chipped Douglas fir about five miles away...so I’m thinking of making a 40x40 fenced enclosure...
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    Look what came in the post!

    September 2012 my css rollover agreement came to term end......I chose not to renew it....NE didn't like losing me despite only being prepared to offer 60% of any previous annual payment. Today over 5 years later I opened this laughable offering from someone called Wesley Smythe evidently a...
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    Electric tractor

    How long before we see such a thing? Assumedly they will appear before long, does anyone have inside track on progress in this field?
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    Rats and reseeds.

    Undersown spring barley cut today for baling tomorrow, the field had overwinter cattle grazing kale until end of February. Glad to free up a bit more grazing as that hot spell has burnt much of my summer graze. Be nice to have a week of good rain now to freshen the soil and deter the tourists...
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