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  1. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    I would say you've heard that a few times Z 😁
  2. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    Yes
  3. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    No they aren't, but give yer man an inch and he'll take a mile.😜
  4. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    When I went to school, a two penny chew was bigger than a one penny chew.😁
  5. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    Know a guy sold his cows and became a tanker driver. Said it was the first time he had money of his own.
  6. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    So 0.3 less than DF then?
  7. The Agrarian

    Slower peach teats

    I find the peach teats can be slightly awkward and clumsy at times in a calfs mouth, especially if they are small calves. I've got a couple like this at the moment, born three days ago. Moved them onto milktrain feeder last night, which has a smaller teat, and there's no bother keeping them on...
  8. The Agrarian

    What is the future for Northern Ireland

    I know. It's pretty shocking @Hindsight . Another keyboard warrior employed by no less than The Times, who hasn't got a clue. His level of naïvety is not uncommon among the English though. It seems to be widespread. But I don't blame that directly on individuals. It's something that seems...
  9. The Agrarian

    Carex pendula sedge growing around garden and in new hedgerow

    I take it you're tried repeated applications of Roundup to the leaves?
  10. The Agrarian

    Stormont

    Mmm. Technically, that is evolution in practice. A rather nifty strategy laid down by the creator of the laws of the universe to keep life developing and adapting to the constantly changing planet we're on. Life just wouldn't be able to colonise all the corners of the earth it has, if it...
  11. The Agrarian

    Stormont

    Beliefs in evolution and a creator are not, in my humble opinion, mutually exclusive.
  12. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    Urea I think is in region of 270
  13. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    According to my supplier, fertiliser sales fell off a cliff after first cut ground was sown. Bound to tell a tale. I wouldn't be surprised to hear complaints this season from farmers that cut back, that grass just isn't doing the same.
  14. The Agrarian

    What is the future for Northern Ireland

    https://m.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/eilis-ohanlon-spare-me-the-sanctimony-of-the-south-ric-commemoration-controversy-shows-theyre-as-tribal-as-northern-ireland-38862544.html?fbclid=IwAR357_NGYgP1QumsYxffksj_qxb3Fwy6kArPtQ4b8lf9n9Qo-Fe7mOXT2Ao
  15. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    It's surprisingly difficult to breed Holstein out of cattle.
  16. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    And the elephant in the room here is that TB decides at what age you are able to sell your bullocks.
  17. The Agrarian

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    I wouldn't know those details, but when a bull is done, he's done anyway, and ABP will have something else lined up.
  18. The Agrarian

    A significant day for democracy in Northern Ireland

    Why? Well, because the majority of people who campaigned against it were probably heterosexual christians (of various shades).
  19. The Agrarian

    A significant day for democracy in Northern Ireland

    For the majority of gay people, it brings little new. Marriage tends to have religious connotations, and as you have said, many people aren't interested in that today. There's just a hint of irony though, that perhaps the people who will benefit the most from the change will be christian gay...

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